The Montana Kaimin staff reports daily updates for coronavirus news at UM.

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Protesters advocating for fairness in the workplace stood outside City Brew Coffee downtown drawing honks and hollers Friday, May 1. One man called from the window of his car at the intersection of Orange Street and Broadway to ask what the group was protesting. “We’re looking for safety in … Read more

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The University of Montana has urged all students to stay off campus. Health officials stress hygiene above all else because there’s no vaccine. White gauze masks hang across the mouths of stud… Read more

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Madelyn Allovio removed her left hand from the yoke and yelled through a small window, “All clear!” She rested her elbow near the ash trays that came stock in all the Cessna 172s.  Read more

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Missoula’s International Wildlife Film Fest might be coming to a close, but there’s still time to catch some virtual screenings on the festival’s 43rd year. Here are some of our recs. Read more

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UM Housing has halved its vacate notice. Unemployment has skyrocketed. Class has been canceled. Thankfully, our noble Governor has suspended evictions, in a surprising turn after closing our places of employment and thus suspending our incomes for the well-being of our communities. Which was…

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A few days ago at 10 p.m., I sat on the phone with my partner, curled up in a blanket, petting my childhood cat and telling her about my plans for putting together the last Kaimin of the semester. We have this conversation every Sunday, usually in person, but this time it was different. This…

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I’m 23 and back at my parents’ house. Which isn’t so bad. I alternate between old woman activities and preteen ones – from knitting (potholders, mostly, thanks for asking), to scrapbooking, to TikTok dances and PlayStation. Anything to distract myself from family drama, my canceled graduatio…

Symptoms of Coronavirus

Patients with COVID-19 have experienced mild to severe respiratory illness.

Symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure and can include:

FEVER

COUGH

SHORTNESS OF BREATH

If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus, has been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or has recently been in an area with ongoing spread of the virus, call your medical provider or the Curry Health Center hotline at (406) 243-4330 to discuss your treatment options. 

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Balancing two cardboard boxes against his knee, Yueyang Hu carefully closed the door of his truck. The boxes proved to be a cumbersome load for the 23-year-old University of Montana grad student as he joined the end of the long line at the Post Office and set the boxes on the counter. 

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