The number of positive coronavirus cases in Montana has grown to 161 and a second patient has died, the state announced late Sunday. The notification of death was provided by the Madison County Public Health Department earlier in the day. “I’m saddened to hear that a second Montanan has died from COVID-19," Gov. Steve Bullock said in a statement. "No matter in which … [Read more...] about Montana COVID cases climb to 161; state’s second death confirmed
(KPAX) According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map, the state confirmed 154 cases of COVID-19 as of Sunday morning. The reported total Saturday evening was 147. Two new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Missoula County on Saturday, while one new case was reported in Flathead and Lake counties. Total cases by county are now as follows: Gallatin County - … [Read more...] about Sunday a.m.: Confirmed Montana COVID-19 cases reach 154; two new cases in Missoula County
Glacier National Park is closed. Superintendent Jeff Mow announced the closure late Friday in response to a statewide stay-at-home order, as well as guidance from Flathead and Glacier counties and the Blackfeet Nation. There will be no visitor access permitted to the park until further notice, Mow said. U.S. Highway 2 inside the park boundary will remain open. “The … [Read more...] about Glacier National Park closes to help contain spread of coronavirus
According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map, the state has confirmed at least 129 cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday morning. The reported total on Friday evening was 121. Gallatin County continues to report the most cases, up to 46 Saturday morning. There have been nine confirmed COVID-19 cases in Missoula and six in Flathead County. As of Friday evening, … [Read more...] about Montana’s confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 129 as of Saturday a.m.
As the number of positive coronavirus cases climb across the state, including Missoula County, health officials here remain frustrated over a lack of supplies and the distribution process, and they suspect there are more cases than confirmed. The number of positive cases in Missoula climbed to eight on Friday morning and 108 across Montana. So far, health officials have seen … [Read more...] about Missoula health officials frustrated by supply distribution; no signs of community spread