Montana reported 4 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, May 28, 2020.
The state conducted 1,150 new tests, for a total of 26,793.
Big Horn County reported 3 new cases and Yellowstone County reported one.
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Matt Kelley, health officer at Gallatin City County Board of Health announced one new case in Gallatin County during a meeting Thursday morning. This new case brings Gallatin County's total to 150. Kelley said the test was confirmed Wednesday night. This confirmed case is not included in the state's total presented Thursday morning.
Yellowstone County health officials reported Tuesday an elderly woman has died from complications due to COVID-19.
The death of a woman in her 80s is the third COVID-19 related death in Yellowstone County and the 17th death in Montana.
MTN News is counting 484 total cases. The state's confirmed case count is 485, which includes a Jefferson County resident who local health officials say has not been in the state for several weeks. They added that the case was not acquired in Montana and the man has not been in contact with anyone in Montana.
There are currently 23 active COVID-19 cases in Montana, according to state data.
There have been 17 deaths in Montana to date. There have been six deaths in Toole County, two in Cascade County, two in Flathead County, three in Yellowstone County, and one each in Gallatin County, Lincoln County, Madison County, and Missoula County.
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