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Montana COVID-19 case numbers update – July 5

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HELENA — Montana state health officials reported 45 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

The Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map shows the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Treasure State is now at 1,212.

Several counties are reporting newly confirmed cases including Flathead, Lake and Missoula.

 

Beaverhead M 40-49 07/04/2020
Big Horn F 60-69 07/04/2020
Big Horn F 20-29 07/04/2020
Big Horn M 40-49 07/04/2020
Flathead F 30-39 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 50-59 07/04/2020
Gallatin F 50-59 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 30-39 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 30-39 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 10-19 07/04/2020
Gallatin F 10-19 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 50-59 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 10-19 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 30-39 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 20-29 07/04/2020
Gallatin M 30-39 07/04/2020
Glacier M 20-29 07/04/2020
Glacier M 30-39 07/04/2020
Glacier M 0-9 07/04/2020
Hill F 30-39 07/04/2020
Lake M 20-29 07/04/2020
Lake M 40-49 07/04/2020
Lewis and Clark M 20-29 07/04/2020
Madison M 20-29 07/04/2020
Madison M 60-69 07/04/2020
Missoula F 60-69 07/04/2020
Richland M 50-59 07/04/2020
Richland M 20-29 07/04/2020
Richland M 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 30-39 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 40-49 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 30-39 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 40-49 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 60-69 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 10-19 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 20-29 07/04/2020
Yellowstone M 50-59 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 40-49 07/04/2020
Yellowstone F 60-69 07/04/2020

 



 

To date, 678 Montana residents have recovered from COVID-19.

There are currently 20 people hospitalized and a total of 100,106 tests have been completed, according to the state tracking map.

There are currently 511 active COVID-19 cases. There have been 23 COVID-19 related deaths to date in the Treasure State.

 

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