The requirements are effective through April 10.
Clinicals aren’t just an invaluable source of hands-on learning. The hours that students spend on rotation in medical facilities are a state requirement for entering the workforce.
This week’s guests are:
—Rose Hughes, executive director of the Montana Health Care Association, on how long-term-care facilities are balancing safety measures with prolonged isolation
—Stephanie Stratton, chief programs officer of the Montana Food Bank Network, on how increased demand and limited supplies are challenging the food safety net
—Journalist Amanda Eggert on how Montana daycares and community organizations are responding to a disrupted childcare system
—MTFP reporter Eric Dietrich on the state’s budget preparedness for a pandemic
“We’re closed until we all feel that it is safe to reopen,” Superintendent Jeff Mow said.
His son said Jim Tomlin had just returned from a vacation, having driven to the West Coast and back.
The wide open spaces that attract tourists year round are suddenly valued for a new reason: plenty of room for social distancing.