Montana Governor: Covid-19 Vaccine Open To All On April 1

Montana Governor: Covid-19 Vaccine Open To All On April 1

HELENA, MT (STL.News) At a news conference this afternoon, Governor Greg Gianforte announced that COVID-19 vaccines will be available to all Montanans beginning April 1, 2021.

“A few months ago, projections estimated Montanans 16 and older would be eligible for the vaccine as late as mid-July.  Today, I’m pleased to announce that we’re moving up that timeline.  All Montanans 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 1st,” Gianforte said.

Gianforte encouraged Montanans to get a vaccine.

“I look forward to getting the vaccine when my name is called, and I encourage all Montanans to consider doing the same.  Getting one of these safe, effective vaccines will protect you, your loved ones, and your neighbors from this virus.  It will help us get back to a more normal life,” Gianforte said.

Gianforte added, “As more Montanans get the vaccine, we will begin to approach the time when we are no longer in a state of emergency and we can remove our masks and throw them in the trash.”

Gianforte also addressed the principles guiding his administration’s approach to distributing the vaccine.

“Improving Montana’s response to this pandemic has been my top priority as your governor,” Gianforte said. 

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