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State of Montana reports 45 new COVID-19 cases (Friday, July 3, 2020)

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Posted at 10:36 AM, Jul 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-03 13:16:09-04

Montana reported 45 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, July 3, 2020.

The state now reports 1,128 cases. Yellowstone County reported 23 new cases, Gallatin County reported 5 new cases.

The state conducted 2,354 new tests for a total of 97,503.

County Gender Age Range Date Reported

  • Big Horn F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Big Horn M 10-19 07/02/2020
  • Big Horn M 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Big Horn M 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Gallatin M 10-19 07/02/2020
  • Gallatin F 40-49 07/02/2020
  • Gallatin M 40-49 07/02/2020
  • Gallatin M 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Gallatin M 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Lewis and Clark M 10-19 07/02/2020
  • Madison M 60-69 07/02/2020
  • Madison M 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Missoula F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Missoula F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Missoula F 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Missoula F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Missoula M 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Missoula F 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Pondera M 10-19 07/02/2020
  • Ravalli M 70-79 07/02/2020
  • Ravalli F 90-99 07/02/2020
  • Sheridan M 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 70-79 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 90-99 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 80-89 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 40-49 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 40-49 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 40-49 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 60-69 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 10-19 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 20-29 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 80-89 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 30-39 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone F 50-59 07/02/2020
  • Yellowstone M 0-9 07/02/2020

(Please note, the state reports new case numbers daily by 10 a.m. Montana counties report their daily data separately throughout the day and the numbers may differ, when available MTN News will report both sets of numbers.)

There are 17 active hospitalizations and 427 active cases of COVID-19. 678 people are listed as recovered.

The number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 is now at 23.

Big Horn County reported its fourth COVID-19-related death Thursday evening, a woman in her 60s who was in the hospital.

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