NewsCoronavirus

Actions

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in MT, 286 reported (Sunday morning, April 5, 2020)

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in MT, 286 reported (Sunday morning, April 5, 2020)
Posted at 7:43 AM, Apr 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-05 10:37:56-04

According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map , Montana confirms 286 cases of COVID-19 as of Sunday morning. The previously reported state total Saturday afternoon was 281.

Gallatin County continues to report the most cases, rising to 110 cases. Madison County also added 3 cases, for a total of 9 reported cases. One patient remains hospitalized, according to the Gallatin City-County Health Department. These numbers may rise as counties report cases to the state.

The first death in Missoula County was reported Saturday , bringing the state total to 6.

According to state data, 6,519 tests for COVID-19 have been completed in Montana.

Total Cases by County
Gallatin County - 110 Cases
Yellowstone County - 38 Cases
Flathead County - 24 Cases
Missoula County - 19 Cases
Toole County - 15 Cases
Lewis and Clark County - 14 Cases
Silver Bow County - 11 Cases
Cascade County - 11 Cases
Madison County - 9 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
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

Representatives from several state agencies are working together at Montana’s Joint Information Center at Fort Harrison to deliver accurate information and a consistent message about COVID-19 to members of the media or public.

You can send a message to COVID19INFO@MT.GOV, or call the hotline at 1-888-333-0461, and someone involved in this operation will answer your question. You can also click here to visit the website for information.

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.

HELPFUL RESOURCES

WE'RE OPEN

Restaurants can offer take-out and delivery options during the state of emergency. Dine-in service is prohibited.

THE UPLIFT

Stories to brighten spirits and bring hope

WHERE TO GET HELP