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Montana adds 37 new COVID-19 cases, most in single day

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The state reported Montana added 37 new laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases Thursday, the largest single-day rise reported in the state.

The previous peak was 35 cases on March 26, about two weeks after Montana’s first cases were reported and before a stay-at-home order went into place. That order is now lifted and businesses are able to operate at roughly 75% capacity. A travel quarantine also expired June 1.

The number of cases added daily as been climbing over the last couple of weeks as the state moves through its second phase of a gradual reopening.

There are 210 active cases and 15 hospitalizations. The state has 803 total cases with 572 recovered.

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