Montana Coronavirus Cases Decline Amid Retail Reopenings

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By: AP

In other coronavirus-related developments:

— Insurance companies have notified the state auditor’s office they will be refunding at least $20.7 million to residents, with most of the savings coming from personal auto policies because vehicle travel has declined with stay-at-home orders. Auditor Matt Rosendale said dozens of insurers have notified his office they will be providing refunds, premium relief, premium credits and other savings on 500,000 policies. Some savings are also coming from other types of policies including commercial auto, homeowners, liability and medical malpractice.

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