HELENA — The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows there are 437 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday morning.
The previously reported state total on Monday was 433.
According to state statistics, 273 Montana residents have recovered from COVID-19 and there are currently 14 people hospitalized.
A total of 11,2411 tests have been completed, according to the tracking map.
There have been 12 COVID-19 related deaths reported in Montana as of Tuesday morning.
Total Confirmed Cases and New Daily Cases by County
- Gallatin County: 145 Total Cases | 2 New Cases
- Roosevelt County: 7 Total Cases | 1 New Cases
- Yellowstone County: 73 Total Cases | 1 New Cases
- Beaverhead County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Big Horn County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Broadwater County: 4 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Carbon County: 6 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Cascade County: 13 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Deer Lodge County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Flathead County: 37 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Glacier County: 4 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Golden Valley County: 3 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Hill County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Jefferson County: 2 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: 38 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Musselshell County: 1 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Park County: 7 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Pondera County: 2 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Ravalli County: 5 Total Cases | 0 New Cases
- Richland County: 3 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
* The Missoula City-County Health Department was reporting 41 COVID-19 cases as of Tuesday morning. Local health departments often receive information on COVID-19 cases before state health officials.
Toole County confirmed its fifth COVID-19 death on Monday. To date, there have been 29 confirmed cases in Toole County, and 15 patients are listed as recovered. On a per-capita basis, Toole County has been hit harder than any other county in Montana by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City-County Health Department in Great Falls said on Monday that a second Cascade County resident has died due to COVID-19. The person was a man over the age of 65 with underlying health conditions, according to a news release from the CCHD. There have been 13 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cascade County to date.
Governor Steve Bullock said on Friday that he’s working on a “phased re-opening” of Montana, provided that the state meets key metrics that show the spread of COVID-19 is slowing. Bullock said that he’s planning to release a detailed plan this week. We have received reports that he plans to conduct a news conference on Wednesday afternoon to provide an update.
THE REBOUND: MONTANA: We know the COVID-19 pandemic is changing our community. To keep you and your family informed as we move forward, we're beginning a new series of reports. They are stories that will help all of us navigate through these uncertain times. In the coming weeks and months, we'll be focusing on “The Rebound: Montana.”
It is a series of reports, videos, and information that show our commitment to stories that will help you as our communities begin to rebound - from what you'll need to know when it's time to go back to work, to how those in the community continue to step up and help others.
Making Ends MeetFind help on topics from rent to food to new belt-tightening techniques.
Managing the PressureFeeling isolated or frustrated? Learn ways to connect with people virtually, get counseling or manage your stress.
Doing What’s RightKeep track of the way people are spending your tax dollars and treating your community.
State of EducationFind ways to cope with the new normal around schools and celebrate students’ success in the age of Coronavirus.
We're OpenSupport local businesses doing their best to stay open and serve their customers during Covid.