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Montana jumps to 90 COVID-19 cases

Posted: 4:20 PM, Mar 26, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-26 19:06:20-04
Montana jumps to 90 COVID-19 cases

Updated 5:04 p.m. MDT, March 26, 2020

As of Thursday afternoon, the State of Montana confirms 90 positive COVID-19 cases in the state. The prior total reported Thursday morning was 71.

Gallatin County health officials said in an update no cases in Gallatin County have been hospitalized.

Counties with new cases, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map, are as follows:

Gallatin: 14
Lewis & Clark: 1
Meagher: 1
Missoula: 1
Silver Bow: 1
Yellowstone: 1

The state has released the following information about the 19 patients:

CountyGenderAge Range
Lewis And ClarkM50-59
Silver BowF60-69
YellowstoneM20-29
MissoulaM50-59
GallatinF50-59
GallatinF40-49
GallatinF30-39
GallatinF20-29
GallatinM20-29
GallatinF40-49
GallatinM20-29
GallatinF50-59
GallatinF50-59
GallatinM30-39
GallatinF40-49
GallatinF40-49
GallatinM50-59
GallatinM30-39
MeagherF20-29

TOTAL COVID-19 CASES BY COUNTY: Gallatin 38; Yellowstone 14; Missoula 7; Flathead 5; Cascade 5; Butte-Silver Bow 5; Lewis & Clark 5; Madison 2; Broadwater 2; Ravalli 1; Roosevelt 1; Jefferson 1; Hill 1; Lincoln 1; Meagher 1; Toole 1

There are currently no deaths due to COVID-19 in Montana.

The tracking map says 7 Montana patients have been hospitalized due to COVID-19.

As of Thursday afternoon, DPHHS has conducted 2680 tests in the state.