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More than 225 confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in MT

Posted at 8:00 AM, Apr 02, 2020

HELENA — The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows there are 227 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Montana as of Thursday morning.

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

The previously reported total on Wednesday evening was 217.

An additional confirmed case is being reported in Missoula County, bringing the total number of cases to 16.

Two additional confirmed COVID-19 cases are being seen in Flathead County, raising the total to 17.



Newly reported COVID 19 cases (by county):

  • Flathead: 2
  • Gallatin: 3
  • Missoula: 1
  • Park: 1
  • Yellowstone: 1

Total confirmed COVID-19 cases (by county):

  • Gallatin County - 85
  • Yellowstone County - 34
  • Flathead County - 17
  • Missoula County - 16
  • Lewis and Clark County - 13
  • Silver Bow County - 11
  • Cascade County - 10
  • Madison County - 6
  • Toole County - 6
  • Lincoln County - 6
  • Park County - 5
  • Deer Lodge County - 3
  • Broadwater County - 3
  • Lake County - 3
  • Jefferson County - 2
  • Carbon County - 1
  • Ravalli County - 1
  • Musselshell County - 1
  • Meagher County - 1
  • Roosevelt County - 1
  • Hill County - 1
  • Liberty County - 1


There have been five COVID-19 related deaths reported in Montana as well as 19 hospitalizations. A total of 5,088 tests had been completed as of Wednesday evening.

Montana remains under a statewide stay at home directive which is currently in effect through Friday, April 10.