The Northern Cheyenne reservation held a drive-through COVID-19 testing event in Lame Deer Wednesday, attended by Montana Gov. Bullock.
All who wanted could get tested, including those without symptoms.
Bullock was there to talk to tribal leaders about the pandemic in Montana and the tribe's effort to keep people safe.
The Northern Cheyenne is keeping its stay-at-home order in place until June 19.
Seven of the eight reservations in Montana have conducted surveillance testing.
Montana's Tribal Nations continue to stand up community testing events in partnership with public health and the National Guard. Thank you to the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for having me today and for ensuring accessible testing to help us keep folks healthy and safe. pic.twitter.com/PIcuW8nIBm
— Steve Bullock (@GovernorBullock) June 10, 2020