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Sunday a.m.: Confirmed Montana COVID-19 cases reach 154; two new cases in Missoula County

Gallatin County continues to report Montana’s highest number of cases, with 58 as of Sunday morning.

(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 – 58 Cases
  • Yellowstone County – 26 Cases
  • Missoula County – 11 Cases
  • Lewis and Clark County – 10 Cases
  • Silver Bow County – 9 Cases
  • Cascade County – 7 Cases
  • Flathead County – 7 Cases
  • Toole County – 5 Cases
  • Madison County – 4 Cases
  • Broadwater County – 3 Cases
  • Lincoln County – 3 Cases
  • Park County – 2 Cases
  • Jefferson County – 2 Cases
  • Lake County – 2 Cases
  • Deer Lodge County – 1 Case
  • Ravalli County – 1 Case
  • Meagher County – 1 Case
  • Roosevelt County – 1 Case
  • Hill County – 1 Cases

Gov. Steve Bullock confirmed the first death due to COVID-19 in Montana Thursday night. The person who died was confirmed as a 77-year old Lincoln County man on Friday.

No data has been provided yet about number of recovered cases. There have been eight hospitalizations in Montana due to COVID-19.

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has completed 3841 tests for COVID-19.

Montana is currently under a “stay-at-home” order due to the coronavirus pandemic.