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Montana reporting 265 COVID-19 cases

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Posted at 7:47 AM, Apr 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-04 09:58:22-04

HELENA — The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows that there are 265 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Saturday morning across the Treasure State.

The previously reported state total Friday afternoon was 262. New cases were reported on Friday in Flathead, Missoula and Ravalli counties in Western Montana.

(NOTE: This number may change due to counties reporting final numbers to the state.)

There have been five deaths and 24 hospitalizations in Montana due to COVID-19. A total of 6,177 teste for COVID-19 have been completed.



Total New Cases 4/3/2020 (by county):

  • Beaverhead: 1
  • Broadwater: 1
  • Flathead: 2
  • Gallatin: 8
  • Missoula: 1
  • Ravalli: 1
  • Toole: 6
  • Yellowstone: 2

Total Cases (by county):

  • Gallatin County - 101
  • Yellowstone County - 38
  • Flathead County - 20
  • Missoula County - 18 Cases
  • Lewis and Clark County - 13
  • Toole County - 12
  • Silver Bow County - 11
  • Cascade County - 11
  • Madison County - 6
  • Park County - 6
  • Lincoln County - 6
  • Broadwater County - 4
  • Lake County - 4
  • Deer Lodge County - 3
  • Jefferson County - 2
  • Ravalli County - 2
  • Carbon County - 1
  • Beaverhead County - 1
  • Musselshell County - 1
  • Meagher County - 1
  • Roosevelt County - 1
  • Hill County - 1
  • Liberty County - 1
  • Glacier County - 1


Gov. Steve Bullock issued a stay at home order for Montana that remains in effect until April 10.

Gov. Bullock had previously declared a state of emergency and ordered that all Montana public schools close until until April 10.