COVID-19 Information

For information about the COVID-19 pandemic, please be in touch with your health care provider. For further information and related health and safety precautions, please visit the CDC website. For information on cases in Montana, including Silver Bow County, please visit

Additional resources are available online at COVID-19 campus information and updates, COVID-19 FAQs, and CARES Act emergency relief fund information.

coronavirus International Travel Restrictions

Wash Your Hands!

One of the most effective measures for stopping any infectious disease is frequent and thorough hand washing. Please join the effort and wash your hands a lot! The Centers for Disease Control has an entire webpage on the science behind hand washing. Check it out! There’s more to it than you think.


Coronavirus 2019-nCoV

International Travel Restrictions

Montana moved to phase two of the Governor Bullock's Reopen the Big Sky plan on June 1.

Read Governor Bullock's recommendations here.

In phase two, the 14-day out-of-state travel quarantine was lifted.

Following published guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), For any personal travel, we encourage you to follow the CDC recommendations.

U.S. State Department Travel Advisories

For the most up to date list of travel advisories, please visit the U.S. State Department travel advisory web page.

For the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, the Montana University System (MUS) has prohibited all MUS sponsored or affiliated travel to China until further notice. Please be aware that any travel expenses incurred en route to and from China or in China while the MUS travel ban is in effect will not be covered or reimbursed by the MUS.

The travel ban is for China only and does not apply to trips to other countries.

The Montana University System is committed to protecting students, faculty and staff across our campus communities and is closely monitoring the situation in cooperation with state and county health officials. There are no known cases of 2019-nCoV infection in Montana, and the CDC states that the current risk to the American public of becoming infected is low.

We will provide updates as new information becomes available on this page.

For reliable information on coronavirus visit:

US Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)
Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS)

As world health officials respond to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Montana University System is committed to keeping our students, faculty, and staff safe and well-informed. As the situation evolves, we want to provide you with the most reliable and up-to-date sources of information for novel coronavirus health and travel updates:

US Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)