3 new COVID-19 deaths in Montana, new single day record for new cases (Thursday, July 9) – KTVQ Billings News

To date, 377 Yellowstone County residents have been contaminated with COVID-19 and seven have passed away.
The variety of brand-new cases set a brand-new record at 96, with 46 of those cases reported in Yellowstone County. The previous single day record of new cases was 80 on July 6.
Lake County reported 14 brand-new cases, and Big Horn County reported 9 brand-new cases. Gallatin County included seven brand-new cases while Cascade and Custer counties each reported four brand-new cases.
2 new cases were reported in each Lincoln, Missoula and Ravalli counties, and one brand-new case was added in Beverhead, Hill, Lewis and Clark, Madison, Roosevelt, and Stillwater counties.

Montana reported three brand-new COVID-19 deaths on Thursday and a brand-new single-day record for brand-new cases, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.
The brand-new deaths relate to a nursing care facility in Billings.
Yellowstone County health authorities reported 3 new deaths, although one of the cases will not be assessed the Thursday state upgrade. The variety of deaths statewide now stands at 26.
Heres the full press release from RiverStone Health:
With deep grief, RiverStone Health, Yellowstone Countys public health department, reports 3 more COVID-19 associated deaths. The deaths originate from the COVID-19 outbreak at Canyon Creek Memory Care.
On Monday, July 6, a lady in her 70s passed away.
On Wednesday, July 8, a female in her 80s also passed away.
On Thursday, July 9, a man in his 90s passed away.
All 3 people died at Canyon Creek Memory Care. To secure the privacy of the individuals and member of the family, RiverStone Health will not launch additional information about the deaths.
The deaths of the 2 women who passed away are reviewed the state COVID-19 map. The death of the guy who died will be reviewed the map tomorrow.
” Tragically, three more COVID-19 infected Yellowstone County citizens have died. Families are experiencing the profound sorrow of losing a loved one and we mourn with them,” stated John Felton, Yellowstone County Health Officer and RiverStone Health President/CEO. “With the passing of these residents, we are reminded that our most susceptible community members– senior, immunocompromised, and those with chronic conditions– are especially at threat and we must continue to take procedures to secure them from this disease.”
He went on to state, “We are dealing with lots of difficulties in this pandemic and I desire to thank individuals and business that are working so difficult to adhere to the 3 Ws– cleaning hands, viewing distance and wearing a mask. Our capability to follow these basic infection control steps can minimize serious illness, and death of the individuals we love, and the death of those loved by others. What we do now identifies where we are in 3-4 weeks. All of us need to recommit to taking care of each other.”

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Age and Gender of New Cases

Gallatin.
M.
0-9.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Stillwater.
F.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Lake.
F.
50-59.

Custer.
M.
10-19.

Huge Horn.
F.
70-79.

Huge Horn.
F.
40-49.

State health authorities now report a total cumulative number of coronavirus cases in Montana at 1,466. The variety of recoveries stands at 796, and there are 24 people currently hospitalized.
The number of active cases in the state is 645.
The total variety of tests for the infection has reached 108,765, a boost of 2,344 throughout the previous 24-hour reporting period.
Yellowstone County now has 235 active cases. Gallatin County has 102 active cases, and Missoula County has 53 active cases. Huge Horn County has 34 active cases.
( Note: Local health departments typically discover about arise from private labs and upgrade their numbers prior to the state of Montana does. Additionally, there may likewise be distinctions in reporting requirements, so the regional numbers might differ from those that appear on the Montana COVID-19 tracking map.).
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Gallatin.
M.
20-29.

Madison.
F.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
30-39.

Missoula.
F.
20-29.

Lincoln.
M.
30-39.

Total Confirmed Cases and New Daily Cases by County.
Yellowstone County.
377 Total Cases|46 New Cases.
Lake County.
38 Total Cases|14 New Cases.
Huge Horn County.
102 Total Cases|9 New Cases.
Gallatin County.
334 Total Cases|7 New Cases.
Waterfall County.
41 Total Cases|4 New Cases.
Custer County.
34 Total Cases|4 New Cases.
Lincoln County.
11 Total Cases|2 New Cases.
Missoula County.
123 Total Cases|2 New Cases.
Ravalli County.
38 Total Cases|2 New Cases.
Beaverhead County.
3 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Hill County.
8 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Lewis and Clark County.
40 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Madison County.
22 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Roosevelt County.
8 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Stillwater County.
8 Total Cases|1 New Cases.
Broadwater County.
5 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Carbon County.
30 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Dawson County.
8 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Deer Lodge County.
4 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Fergus County.
2 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Flathead County.
64 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Glacier County.
25 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Golden Valley County.
3 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Granite County.
5 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Jefferson County.
5 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Liberty County.
1 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Meagher County.
4 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Musselshell County.
1 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Park County.
16 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Pondera County.
2 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Richland County.
22 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Rosebud County.
10 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Sheridan County.
1 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Silver Bow County.
22 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Teton County.
10 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Toole County.
31 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Treasure County.
2 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Valley County.
4 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
Wheatland County.
2 Total Cases|0 New Cases.
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Gallatin.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Gallatin.
F.
30-39.

Custer.
M.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
F.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
M.
60-69.

Cascade.
F.
20-29.

Cascade.
F.
20-29.

Lake.
F.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
M.
20-29.

Lake.
F.
10-19.

Yellowstone.
F.
60-69.

Lake.
F.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
F.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
F.
50-59.

Lake.
F.
0-9.

Lake.
M.
10-19.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
F.
80-89.

Yellowstone.
F.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
F.
70-79.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
F.
40-49.

Huge Horn.
M.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Lincoln.
M.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Waterfall.
M.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
M.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Lake.
M.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
F.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
M.
50-59.

Lake.
M.
0-9.

Lewis and Clark.
F.
50-59.

Gallatin.
F.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
M.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
F.
80-89.

Yellowstone.
F.
60-69.

Custer.
F.
50-59.

Gallatin.
M.
40-49.

Lake.
F.
20-29.

Huge Horn.
F.
40-49.

Cascade.
F.
20-29.

” Tragically, 3 more COVID-19 contaminated Yellowstone County homeowners have actually passed away. Families are experiencing the extensive grief of losing a liked one and we mourn with them,” said John Felton, Yellowstone County Health Officer and RiverStone Health President/CEO. Yellowstone County now has 235 active cases. Gallatin County has 102 active cases, and Missoula County has 53 active cases. Huge Horn County has 34 active cases.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
M.
20-29.

Big Horn.
F.
60-69.

Lake.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Huge Horn.
F.
10-19.

Lake.
F.
20-29.

Ravalli.
M.
30-39.

Hill.
M.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
M.
20-29.

Huge Horn.
M.
40-49.

Lake.
F.
40-49.

Yellowstone.
F.
30-39.

Custer.
F.
40-49.

Beaverhead
M.
10-19.

Yellowstone.
F.
60-69.

Missoula.
M.
40-49.

Lake.
F.
10-19.

Yellowstone.
M.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Huge Horn.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
F.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
F.
70-79.

Yellowstone.
M.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
F.
50-59.

Yellowstone.
M.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Roosevelt.
F.
50-59.

Gallatin.
M.
60-69.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
M.
30-39.

Big Horn.
F.
20-29.

Yellowstone.
F.
60-69.

Ravalli.
M.
30-39.

Lake.
F.
30-39.

Yellowstone.
F.
20-29.