Montana COVID-19 case numbers update – Aug. 7, 2020 – KPAX-TV

HELENA– The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows there are 466 verified cases of COVID-19 in the Treasure State.
Fridays information raises the overall number of cases in the state to 465. Because of a case is attributed to Jefferson County, the state tracking map is reporting 466 cases
Jefferson County health authorities reported on Monday afternoon that the case included a male in his 50s who has not been in the state for numerous weeks. They included that the case was not gotten in Montana and the guy has not been in contact with anyone in Montana.
Four brand-new COVID-19 cases were reported late Thursday in Big Horn County. 2 new cases were also reported in Custer County from out-of-state locals. Those cases will not be included in Montanas main total.
State statistics show that 431 Montana residents have recuperated from COVID-19 and there are presently 3 individuals hospitalized. An overall of 25,418 tests have been completed, according to the state tracking map. There are presently 19 active COVID-19 cases in Montana.
There have actually been 16 COVID-19 related deaths to date in Montana.
* It ought to be noted that local health departments often learn more about arise from private laboratories and updates their numbers before the state of Montana does, Additionally, there might likewise be differences in reporting requirements, so the regional numbers might vary from those that appear on the Montana COVID-19 tracking map.

Overall Confirmed Cases and New Daily Cases by County.

Huge Horn County: 8 Total Cases|4 New Cases

Beaverhead County: 1 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Broadwater County: 4 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Carbon County: 6 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Cascade County: 17 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Deer Lodge County: 3 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Flathead County: 37 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Gallatin County: 149 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Glacier County: 6 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Golden Valley County: 3 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Hill County: 1 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Jefferson County: 3 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: 39 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Musselshell County: 1 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Park County: 8 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

Roosevelt County: 7 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

Wheatland County: 1 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Yellowstone County: 83 Total Cases|0 New Cases

Four new COVID-19 cases were reported late Thursday in Big Horn County. 2 brand-new cases were likewise reported in Custer County from out-of-state homeowners. Those cases will not be included in Montanas official total.
There are currently 19 active COVID-19 cases in Montana.
To keep you and your family informed as we move forward, were beginning a brand-new series of reports.

We understand the COVID-19 pandemic is changing our community. To keep you and your household notified as we move on, were starting a new series of reports. They are stories that will help everybody browse through these unpredictable times. In the coming months and weeks, well be concentrating on “The Rebound: Montana.”
It is a series of reports, videos, and info that show our dedication to stories that will help you as our communities start to rebound – from what youll require to understand when its time to go back to work, to how those in the neighborhood continue to step up and assist others.

Governor Steve Bullock revealed on April 22 a phased re-opening plan for Montana. Numerous retail services are up and running with restaurants, breweries, casinos, and bars ending up being operational once again on Monday.
Stating the city needs more time to prepare for a phased reopening and still does not have testing products, the Missoula City-County Health Department on April 24 carried out guidelines more rigid than those provided this week by Gov. Steve Bullock in his Phase 1 plans.
Gov. Bullock revealed brand-new standards on May 7 that will enable gyms and physical fitness studios, theater and museums the option to reopen starting Friday, May 15 as long as they follow strict standards.