On Monday, Montana received a huge shipment of N95 masks from FEMA. According to Montana Governor Steve Bullock, the state received a shipment of 500,000 N95 masks on Monday.

“I’m grateful that FEMA and our federal partners assisted in getting the supplies we need to continue to mitigate the virus and I will continue to push for a consistent supply to support our ongoing efforts,” Governor Bullock said. “The masks we secured today will ensure our health care workers, who are the backbone of the fight against COVID-19, have what they need to safely do their jobs.”

On Tuesday, Bullock visited the Montana state supply warehouse to thank workers who work to ensure that Montana has the supplies it needs in order to fight COVID-19.

Bullock stated that the 500,000 N95 masks that Montana received will ensure health care workers, who are the backbone of the fight against COVID-19, have what they need to safely do their jobs.

Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., Governor Bullock is expected to hold a press conference to lay out guidelines for Phase 2 of Montana's reopening plan.

To read the entire press release, click here.