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State: 112 additional COVID-19 cases reported in Flathead Co.

801 active COVID-19 cases reported
Flathead City County Health Department
Posted at 11:39 AM, Oct 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-22 13:39:15-04

KALISPELL — State health officials report an additional 112 confirmed COVID-19 cases are being seen in Flathead County.

Numbers from the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map show a total of 801 active cases as of Thursday morning.

A total of 2,823 coronavirus cases have been recorded to date in Flathead County. There have been 1,999 recoveries and 23 deaths.

The Flathead City-County Health Department (FCCHD) was reporting a total of 77 additional COVID-19 cases on Thursday.

FCCHD also reports 22 current hospitalizations in Flathead County.



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The Flathead County Board of Health voted 5-to-3 against a proposal on Oct. 15 for increased restrictions on social gatherings as new COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

Kalispell Regional Healthcare officials urged Flathead County residents on Oct. 12 to help “Stop the Surge” as COVID-19 cases are rising at an alarming rate.

Community spread of COVID-19 is still taking place, according to the local public health department.

Flathead County health officials are urging people to remain diligent with social distancing and strong hygiene as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.