Dram Shop owner Zachary Millar describes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on his business located in downtown. Millar notes his appreciation for the changes Montana Governor Steve Bullock made to the state liquor laws to help alcoholic beverage businesses deliver during the pandemic. He also expresses his appreciation for the municipal and state government mask mandates and explains the difficulty that business owners face trying to enforce health and safety protocols. Millar mentions the Missoula cycling community and their support of his and other small local businesses. He shares his outlook on how the Missoula community will continue to handle the pandemic.
COVID-19 pandemic; Global pandemic; Public history; Western Montana; Coronavirus pandemic; Public health and safety; Missoula County; Montana public health; Social distancing; Masks; Dram Shop; Downtown Missoula; Alcohol sales; Liquor laws; Businesses, Health and safety protocols; Food delivery; Cycling
University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project, OH 475, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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Millar, Zachary, "Zachary Millar Interview, August 4, 2020" (2020). University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project. 8.