You can quickly view current COVID-19 cases in Montana listed by county.
Watch these short videos with your kids to help answer questions they may have about COVID-19:
BrainPOP video for kids (4:32)
Staying healthy and safe for kids (3:39)
Family plan video by Children's Minnesota (0:42)
Here are some ways you can talk to your kids about Coronavirus:
How to talk to your kids by Child Mind Institute (3:58)
What parents need to know by Children's Minnesota.
How to help your children cope with COVID-19 changes.
Use the chart below to help track any illness symptoms you or your family members may have.
Here is a complimentary Vector Solutions video on preparing your household for COVID-19.
Practice cough etiquette and frequent hand washing. Here's a hand washing guide by the CDC.
Second, avoid touching your face - especially your mouth, nose, or eyes.
Third, cover your cough.
Fourth, avoid ill people or stay away from healthy people if you are ill yourself.
Finally, keep frequently touched surfaces clean.
If you are experiencing symptoms, contact the Community Hospital of Anaconda at 406-563-8500. It is best to manage symptoms at home. If you feel that you need emergency care, call ahead.
- If you are short of breath, seek medical attention.
- A fever of 104oF or greater is dangerously high and should be assessed by a healthcare provider.
Manage fever, headache, and body aches associated with COVID-19 with medications such as acetaminophen and aim to drink at least half your body weight in ounces of water per day (weight in pounds divided by two equals ounces per day; e.g., if a person weighs 130 lbs = 65 oz water per day). Avoid refined sugars and sugar additives (high fructose corn syrup, white sugar, maltose, fructose, etc.) - they are immunosuppressants.
The Wellness Society's Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook (a free download).
Enjoy this adorable Facebook video for little ones about the importance of hand washing.
This is the live data feed for COVID-19 cases around the world and in our state.
Here is the global COVID-19 tracking map by Johns Hopkins.