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Montana rises to 262 COVID-19 cases (Friday afternoon, April 3, 2020)

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Posted at 4:36 PM, Apr 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-04 09:26:03-04

Updated 4:55 p.m. MDT, April 3, 2020

According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map, Montana confirms 262 cases of COVID-19 as of Friday afternoon. Gallatin County now confirms 101 cases, the most of any county.

Gallatin City-County Health Officer Matt Kelley said in a press conference Friday that of the two Gallatin County cases that were hospitalized, one has been released.

The previously reported state total Friday morning was 243.

There have been 5 deaths in Montana due to COVID-19.

Governor Steve Bullock said on Tuesday afternoon that 32 patients in Montana have recovered. No new numbers for recoveries have been released since then. There have now been 24 hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients in Montana.

According to state data, 6,057 tests for COIVD-19 have been completed in Montana.

Total Cases by County: Gallatin County - 101 Cases; Yellowstone County - 38 Cases; Flathead County - 20 Cases; Missoula County - 17 Cases; Lewis and Clark County - 13 Cases; Toole County - 12 Cases; Silver Bow County - 11 Cases; Cascade County - 11 Cases; Madison County - 6 Cases; Park County - 6 Cases; Lincoln County - 6 Cases; Broadwater County - 4 Cases; Lake County - 4 Cases; Deer Lodge County - 3 Cases; Jefferson County - 2 Cases; Carbon County - 1 Cases; Ravalli 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

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