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Montana COVID-19 case numbers update - June 4

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Posted at 10:00 AM, Jun 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-04 12:32:16-04

HELENA — The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Treasure State is now at 539.

Thursday's data shows the total number of cases in the state now stands at 538. The state tracking map is reporting 539 cases because of a case is attributed to Jefferson County. Local health officials have said that case was not acquired in Montana and the man has not been in contact with anyone in the state.

Big Horn County health officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday afternoon. Eight new cases are being seen in Gallatin County as well as one new case in Yellowstone County.

CountyGenderAge RangeDate Reported
Big HornM50-5906/03/2020
Big HornM80-8906/03/2020
Big HornM50-5906/03/2020
Big HornF80-8906/03/2020
Big HornM70-7906/03/2020
GallatinM30-3906/03/2020
GallatinM20-2906/03/2020
GallatinF30-3906/03/2020
GallatinF20-2906/03/2020
GallatinM30-3906/03/2020
GallatinM60-6906/03/2020
GallatinF80-8906/03/2020
GallatinF30-3906/03/2020
YellowstoneF30-3906/03/2020

To date, 467 Montana residents have recovered from COVID-19. There is currently one person hospitalized and a total of 44,642 tests have been completed, according to the state tracking map.

There are currently 54 active COVID-19 cases in Montana. There have been 17 COVID-19 related deaths to date in the Treasure State.

* It should be noted that local health departments often learn about results from private labs and updates their numbers before the state of Montana does, Additionally, there may also be differences in reporting criteria, so the local numbers may differ from those that appear on the Montana COVID-19 tracking map.



Total Confirmed Cases and New Daily Cases by County

  • Gallatin County: 163 Total Cases | 8 New Cases
  • Big Horn County: 36 Total Cases | 5 New Cases
  • Yellowstone County: 103 Total Cases | 1 New Cases
  • Beaverhead County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Broadwater County: 4 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Carbon County: 6 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Cascade County: 17 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Deer Lodge County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Flathead County: 37 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Glacier County: 6 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Golden Valley County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Hill County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Jefferson County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Lake County: 5 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Lewis and Clark County: 16 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Liberty County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Lincoln County: 7 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Madison County: 8 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Meagher County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Missoula County: 40 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Musselshell County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Park County: 8 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Pondera County: 2 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Ravalli County: 14 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Richland County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Roosevelt County: 7 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Rosebud County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Silver Bow County: 11 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Stillwater County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Toole County: 29 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
  • Wheatland County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases


Gov. Steve Bullock discussed two separate clusters of cases of COVID-19 that were recently found in Big Horn and Yellowstone counties during a Monday news conference. A toal of 40 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Montana between May 25 and June 1.

Montana moved to the second phase of the "Reopening The Big Sky" plan on June 1.





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