The Missoula City County Health Department's website says when visibility gets down to 1.3 miles because of wildfire smoke, the air quality rating moves to 'hazardous'. At 5 a.m., The National Weather Service rated visibility at 3 miles.
Gallatin County is experiencing a pertussis outbreak also known as the whooping cough, with 39 confirmed cases. There has been one confirmed case in Lewis and Clark county, and two cases were confirmed in Park County last week
Flu season is upon us, and flu vaccines are in plentiful supply this year. I spoke with Registered public health nurse with the Missoula City-County Health Department Cindy Hotchkiss on Wednesday about the flu season. That interview is attached.
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