Washington Post: As the coronavirus surges, it is reaching into the nation’s last untouched areas

Washington Post: As the coronavirus surges, it is reaching into the nation’s last untouched areas. “Few places would seem better able to ride out an infectious-disease pandemic than Petroleum County, Mont., whose 500 people spread over 1,656 square miles, much of it public lands and cattle ranches. For most of this year, it did just that, becoming the last county in the state and one of the final few in the nation to have logged no cases of the novel coronavirus. Then came October.”

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