Montana coronavirus cases rise to 12; Missoula County up to 4
Two new cases of coronavirus were announced Wednesday night, including a fourth patient in Missoula County.
Statewide, 12 positive cases have been confirmed, with three coming Wednesday as the number of tests being conducted increases.
One case announced Wednesday morning for a Gallatin County male in his 20s will be classified as a New Hampshire case after it was determined the patient was a resident there.
The two cases announced Wednesday night include a Missoula male in his 50s and a Gallatin County male in his 60s.
The first case was identified in the state one week ago today, and several of the known cases have been traced back to a Board of Regents meeting in Dillon in early March.
At least three cases have been linked to that meeting.