By: Patrick Reilly
Four insurance companies, representing a total of more than 450,000 Montanans, will waive fees around testing for the disease, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale announced Tuesday.
There were still no reported cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, in Montana Tuesday morning, even as the number of people tested inched upward, according to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Service’s. The total number of people tested — all with negative results — rose from 11 to 15, while just two people remained under monitoring, according to DPHHS.
According to Rosendale’s office:
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