According to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map , Montana confirms 404 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday morning.
Gallatin County reports 139 cases, more than any other county in the state.
Flathead, Gallatin, Pondera, Roosevelt and Yellowstone counties each added one case to the total.
There are 21 people hospitalized and 209 Montana residents are reported recovered from Covid-19.
A seventh COVID-19 related death was reported in Montana earlier this week.
The Flathead City-County Health Department confirmed Monday the first death related to COVID-19 in Flathead County.
There have been three deaths in Toole County, and one each in Lincoln County, Madison County, and Missoula County.
The official COVID-19 website for Montana is now being updated just once per day, rather than twice. Updates are scheduled to post at about 10 a.m. every day. Another change is that the website now includes the number of recovered COVID-19 patients in Montana.
(These numbers may be adjusted as more counties report final reports to the state.)
CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION AND RESOURCES FOR SW MONTANA
STAY AT HOME
In a press conference Tuesday, Gov. Steve Bullock announced he is extending his stay-at-home order, issued in response to the global coronavirus pandemic, through Friday, April 24.
Other directives issued by the Governor were also extended through April 24, including the closure of schools; the closures of bars, casinos and other nonessential businesses; prohibited dine-in service for restaurants; and the suspension of evictions, foreclosures and the shutting off of utilities for nonpayment.
“We know that staying home will help to flatten the curve. For every person we take out of the chain of transmission of this virus, the more likely our health care facilities can handle the capacity to respond, and the more likely we can beat back this virus sooner rather than later,” Bullock said.
The official COVID-19 website for Montana will be updated just once per day, rather than twice. Updates will be posted at about 10 a.m. every day. Another change is that the website now includes the number of recovered COVID-19 patients in Montana.
Bullock announces emergency rental assistance for families hit hardest by COVID-19
On Monday, Gov. Steve Bullock added to his previous directive that temporarily suspends certain evictions, foreclosures and service disconnections in Montana by creating a program to provide rental assistance to households experiencing substantial financial hardship due to COVID-19.
New projection shows Montana with fewest COVID-19 deaths in country
An influential model cited by the White House was updated Monday and shows Montana with the lowest projected number of deaths from COVID-19 in the country.
Montana is now predicted to have 22 deaths, the same number that came up over a week ago before being ramped up . Alaska is next lowest with 25 projected deaths. The next three are North Dakota with 32, Wyoming, 34, and Vermont, 36.
$1M DONATION FROM TOWN PUMP TO MT FOOD BANKS
Town Pump is donating $1 million to 100 food banks, pantries and shelters in 83 communities around Montana.
Town Pump wants to help people who are suffering from food insecurity as the coronavirus continues, and food banks need to keep shelves stocked.
- What are ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES?
- Bullock designates childcare centers essential businesses
- Bullock announces food security measures for Montana families
- Travelers arriving in Montana from out of state must SELF-QUARANTINE for 14 days
- Landlords cannot evict for non-payment of rent during stay-at-home order
- Bullock: Stay-at-home order, school closures likely to continue past April 10
Determining how many people have recovered
IRS deposits first wave of stimulus checks into bank accounts
COVID-19 update for Cascade County (Saturday, April 11)
Great Falls Job Service provides update on unemployment assistance
OPI recommends closing for remainder of school year
COVID-19: Q&A with a Great Falls physician
Toole County provides update on COVID-19 (Thursday, April 9)
Officials highlight recoveries of two COVID-19 patients in Montana