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Four new COVID-19 deaths reported in Cascade County

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Posted at 9:17 AM, Oct 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-14 11:17:14-04

GREAT FALLS — Four new deaths attributed to COVID-19 were reported in Cascade County on Tuesday evening, bringing the total number of deaths in the county to 14 since the pandemic began earlier this year.

The City-County Health Department in Great Falls says the four people were two women in their 70s, one man in his 70s, and one man in his 80s.

The CCHD also released some information about the 54 new COVID cases reported in Cascade County since Saturday:

  • Tuesday - 24 cases: (2) female 20-29; (3) female 30-39; (2) male 30-39 (3) female 40-49; (2) male 40-49; (2) female 50-59: (3) male 50-59; (1) female 60-69; (3) male 60-69; (3) male 70-79
  • Monday - 1 case: (1) male 60-69
  • Sunday: No new cases
  • Saturday - 28 cases: (1) female 0-9; (3) female 10-19; (1) male 10-19; (2) female 20-29; (2) male 20-29; (2) female 30-39; (2) male 30-39; (2) male 40-49; (1) female 50-59; (3) male 50-59; (1) female 60-69; (4) male 60-69; (2) female 70-79; (1) male 70-79; (1) male 80-89

The CCHD said in a news release: "Please, for the sake of all the older and vulnerable people in our Cascade County community, exercise caution and compassion by taking the prevention measures recommended by CCHD. Stay home when sick, wash hands frequently and thoroughly, isolate or quarantine as directed, wear a mask in indoor public spaces, and social distance with people outside your household."

The CCHD announced two deaths last week: a man in his 40s, and a woman in her 80s.