Local Updates

Fallon County established a COVID-19 Task Force to help prevent, prepare, and protect our community at a local level, and operates under the directive of Fallon County’s Health Director. For more information please contact our Public Health Department at (406)-778-2824.

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Current Active Cases

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This number is automatically updated as soon as positive Covid-19 cases are reported to the Public Health Department. (Please note that our maps below only show data provided at the state level and may not correspond to the Current Active Case number)

Cases Near Fallon County

Active Confirmed Cases

Updates are made by 5:00 PM M-F. It is highly likely that the information on this map will change based on further public health investigation.
Map last updated 3:27 pm 03/24/2021

Total Confirmed Cases

Updates are made by 5:00 PM M-F. Information is reported based on the previous day. It is highly likely that the information on this map will change based on further public health investigation.
Map last updated 3:27 pm 03/24/2021

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Latest News From The COVID-19 Task Force

  • Public Health Board Meeting February 16th, 2021

    Agenda

    at the Fallon County EOC.

    THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD VIA TELECONFERENCE

    TELECONFERENCE INSTRUCTIONS: (406)-323-9800 PROMPT 077115

    To participate in public comment, press *9, then wait for instructions to speak

    A.    Call to order

    B.     Public Comment

    C.      Discussion on Governor Gianforte Executive Order 2-2021

    D.     Adjourn

  • Public Health Board Meeting

    The Public Health Board will be meeting on August 28th by phone conference.

    Topics of discussion will be over Baker Public Schools Protocol on suspected Covid-19 cases/contacts and approval for their health safety plan and guidelines for extracurricular events. Their draft written plan can be downloaded below

    Public Health Board Agenda

  • 3. A message from the COVID-19 Task Force

    The Fallon County Health Department, in conjunction with the Fallon County COVID19 Task Force, are watching the COVID19 situation in our surrounding counties closely.  Now, more than ever, it is important to make sure you are following hygiene and social distancing guidelines.  Remember to wash your hands frequently, use a mask when you are able, disinfect surfaces, and stay 6 ft. apart whenever possible.  If you have any questions regarding these guidelines or symptoms of COVID19, please call us at 778-2824. 

    Thanks,

    Kim Cuppy, RN
    Fallon County
    Director of Public Health 
    (406)778-2824

  • Fallon County Courthouse Reopening on May 11th

    After a lengthy closure as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Fallon County Commission is pleased to announce the reopening of our Courthouse. Effective 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 11, 2020 the Fallon County Courthouse will be open to the public, while following and adhering to the “Reopening the Big Sky” guidelines established by our Governor Bullock. To help safeguard your health, all employees are temperature checked prior to beginning work; furthermore, we are taking extensive cleaning/sanitizing measures throughout our buildings.

    Members of the public will access the Courthouse by entering and exiting through the front lobby entrance; this entrance is handicap accessible. All other entrances will be utilized as emergency exits only. Upon entering the lobby, visitors will be greeted by an attendant. Visitors will be asked to wash their hands upon entering the building before conducting any business. In addition, hand sanitizer will be available at the greeter station. Visitors are asked to please follow the direction given by the greeter and to maintain social distancing. If the number of visitors results in a group to which social distancing is not possible, visitors may be asked to wait outside the building.

    Please note all access to the Emergency Operation Center (EOC)/library basement is restricted. We are not taking reservations for the EOC/library basement until further notice. The following are the guidelines for access to our Library:

    1. Access to the library will be limited to a maximum of five (5) patrons at any given time.
    2. The library has been deep cleaned and sanitized for your safety.
    3. Our older and more vulnerable patrons are encouraged to visit us between 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
    4. Gloves and masks are encouraged but not provided.
    5. Please follow the six (6) feet social distancing guideline.
    6. Computer use will be limited to business and classroom activities only. Social distancing allows for three (3) computers to be used at a time. Time restrictions will be based on patron needs and at the discretion of the library staff.
    7. The Courthouse will not be accessible from the library.
    8. The south handicap entrance is accessible for our patrons.

    Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. Therefore, all materials are quarantined for twenty-four (24) hours before reshelving. Interlibrary Loans and Partners Loans services are not currently available; as we progress through the phases of reopening, these services will be reinstated. We are exploring a virtual program for our Summer Reading Program. Please check our website and Facebook for updates.

    We anticipate the O’Fallon Museum will reopen June 01, 2020; access is subject to Reopening the Big Sky guidelines.

    All reopening of County buildings is subject to change. The Commission would like to welcome our Fallon County residents back to our Courthouse and library! Thank you for your patience during this crisis!

    Stay well, stay healthy.

  • 2. A message from the COVID-19 Task Force

    The Fallon County COVID19 Task Force continues to meet daily to assess the ever-changing COVID19 situation nationally, statewide, and locally.  As of April 23rd 2020, we are following Governor Bullock’s Directive on the reopening of our state/county.  These can be found in the local and state news sections of this web site.  We urge you to continue to use caution when out in the public and continue to limit non-essential travel.  Your health remains our number one priority!