Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What You Need to Know
COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Nov. 29 – COVID-19 vaccines continue to be remarkably effective in reducing risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death, including against known variants. People who are fully vaccinated continue to get highly effective protection against hospitalizations and severe outcomes from COVID-19.

With the end of the U.S. government’s COVID-19 emergency declaration, tests and treatment for the pandemic virus will remain available.

RiverStone Health continues to offer COVID-19 booster shots and other recommended doses by appointment at the RiverStone Health Immunization Clinic (406.247.3382) or any of the RiverStone Health clinics. Call 406.247.3350 to schedule an appointment.

We have vaccine available free of charge for those who do not have insurance coverage for the vaccine.

PLEASE NOTE: The Immunization Clinic has moved: it is located next to the RiverStone Health Pharmacy at 123 S. 27th St.

Getting any of the COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the United States offers better protection than being unvaccinated.

Click here for a guide to staying up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccination.

For second, third, or booster doses, please bring your COVID-19 vaccination card with you. If you have misplaced your vaccination card, click here or call 406.247.3382 to request a new one.

Everyone younger than 18 years old must have a signed parental consent form to be vaccinated.

COVID-19 vaccinations are also available at many retail pharmacies and physician offices. Call the pharmacy of your choosing to learn more.

I need a COVID-19 Test
The federal test ordering site has been reactivated. To order 4 free tests (2 boxes), go to
Home test kits are available to purchase from pharmacies and other retail outlets.
COVID-19 is still circulating in our community, and it remains important to test if you feel sick.
Test Expired? Many expiration dates have been extended. Click here to check.
I Need Replacement Vaccination Documentation
  • Please click here or call 406.247.3382 to request a copy of your immunization record.

COVID-19 is a serious public health risk. COVID-19 can cause mild to severe illness. Most severe illness occurs in older adults and individuals with underlying health conditions.

Below are links to the latest COVID-19 data for Yellowstone County and Montana


Yearly Summary of Yellowstone County COVID-19 Related Deaths



Your Health & COVID-19


COVID-19 Testing

Getting Tested

For more information, call the Public Health Information Line at 406.651.6415

COVID-19 Prevention


About Isolation & Quarantine


Wearing A Mask


CDC Prevention Guidelines

News release archive

News Releases

Health Officer Orders

December 2020