The Coronavirus continues to impact the world in ways both expected (the virus spreads) and unexpected (they delayed the new James Bond movie). And even though there's been no confirmed cases in Montana yet, the annual Missoula Heart Expo has decided it's better to be safe than sorry.

The Heart Expo, an annual event at St. Providence Hospital where surgeons, cardiologists, nurses, specialists and more all gather together for lectures and demonstrations about the latest advances in treating heart disease, was supposed to be held this Saturday. But instead, due to "an abundance of caution" to the community, the event will be held at a date to be determined.

Now, this is an event that's only going to impact medical professionals - but it's only the first of what I'm guessing will be many postponements and cancellations that we'll be seeing over the next few weeks and months. Do you think this is the right call?