According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map, Montana confirms 299 cases of COVID-19 as of Monday morning. The previously reported state total Sunday afternoon was 298.
(NOTE: Numbers may change as counties report new cases to the state.)
Gallatin County continues to have to most recorded cases in the state, increasing from 110 Sunday morning to 116 on Monday morning.
There have now been 24 hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients in Montana. As of Saturday evening, the DPHHS public health lab in Helena has completed 6,789 tests for COVID-19.
Bullock said on Friday that his original "stay at home" order - issued on March 26 and running through April 10 - will likely be extended next week through April 29.
Governor Steve Bullock said on Tuesday afternoon that 32 patients in Montana have recovered. No new numbers for recoveries have been released since then. Bullock said during a news conference on Friday that state officials are working to provide updated recovery numbers. Click here for information about recoveries and why it is still difficult to provide accurate data.
TOOLE COUNTY: According to the state COVID-19 website, there are now 16 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Toole County, an increase of one from Saturday. In addition, three of Montana's six COVID-19 deaths have been Toole County residents. Click here for more details about the situation in Toole County.
Total Cases by County
Gallatin County - 116 Cases
Yellowstone County - 40 Cases
Flathead County - 26 Cases
Missoula County - 21 Cases
Toole County - 15 Cases
Lewis and Clark County - 14 Cases
Silver Bow County - 11 Cases
Cascade County - 11 Cases
Madison County - 9 Cases
Lincoln County - 7 Cases
Park County - 6 Cases
Broadwater County - 4 Cases
Lake County - 4 Cases
Deer Lodge County - 3 Cases
Jefferson County - 2 Cases
Ravalli County - 2 Cases
Carbon County - 1 Cases
Beaverhead County - 1 Cases
Musselshell County - 1 Cases
Meagher County - 1 Cases
Roosevelt County - 1 Cases
Hill County - 1 Cases
Liberty County - 1 Cases
Glacier County - 1 Cases
CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION AND RESOURCES FOR SW MONTANA
STAY AT HOME
As of March 28, Montana is under a statewide STAY-AT-HOME directive. The directive is currently in effect through Friday, April 10. In press conference Friday, Gov. Bullock said he expects he will likely extend the order and may officially do so early next week.
- What are ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES?
- Bullock designates childcare centers essential businesses
- Bullock announces food security measures for Montana families
- Travelers arriving in Montana from out of state must SELF-QUARANTINE for 14 days
- Landlords cannot evict for non-payment of rent during stay-at-home order
- Bullock: Stay-at-home order, school closures likely to continue past April 10
Restaurants can offer take-out and delivery options during the state of emergency. Dine-in service is prohibited.
- Bozeman-area Restaurants Open for Business
- Butte-area restaurants beef up take-out options
- See what businesses and organizations across Montana are doing to help limit the spread of COVID-19
Stories to brighten spirits and bring hope
- Bozeman teens pitch in to help with the Civil Air Patrol
- 95-year-old Butte woman in self-quarantine gets birthday parade from friends and loved ones
- Bozeman florist launches 'Kindness Blooms' project
- 'Through their windows:' Bozeman girls start writing notes to each other from house to house
- WWII veteran recovers from COVID-19 in time to celebrate 104th birthday
WHERE TO GET HELP