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Montana reports 206 COVID-19 cases, three more deaths
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Montana reports 206 COVID-19 cases, three more deaths

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Montana added 206 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, and three more of its residents have died from the virus.

The number of confirmed active cases in Montana dropped to 953, down from 965 the previous day. The death toll in the state due to the pandemic rose to 1,566, according to data from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.

Montana health care workers have administered just under 690,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines since December 2020. As of Tuesday, 309,346 Montanans were fully inoculated against the virus.

The number of people currently hospitalized in Montana to be treated for COVID-19 remained at 47 on Tuesday, while the total number that the virus has put in the hospital rose to 4,977.

Since March 2020, the state has tallied 108,287 positive cases of COVID-19 among its residents. Of those who have tested positive, 105,768 are considered to be recovered, meeting the standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for an individual to leave isolation safely without infecting others.

Another 3,351 tests were completed by Tuesday, for a total of 1,288,247.

Counties added the following number of cases in Tuesday’s update:

  • Gallatin County with 68 (210 active)
  • Yellowstone County with 24 (142 active)
  • Cascade County with 20 (106 active)
  • Lewis and Clark County with 12 (62 active)
  • Ravalli County with 10 (37 active)
  • Flathead County with nine (78 active)
  • Missoula County with eight (61 active)
  • Blaine County with six (eight active)
  • Silver Bow County with six (20 active)
  • Pondera County with five (eight active)
  • Richland County with five (nine active)
  • Deer Lodge County with four (three active)
  • Lake County with three (21 active)
  • Roosevelt County with three (10 active)
  • Rosebud County with three (six active)
  • Hill County with two (seven active)
  • Madison County with two (13 active)
  • Powell County with two (four active)
  • Valley County with two (10 active)
  • Beaverhead County with one (three active)
  • Big Horn County with one (16 active)
  • Broadwater County with one (12 active)
  • Carbon County with one (two active)
  • Garfield County with one (one active)
  • Jefferson County with one (four active)
  • Lincoln County with one (nine active)
  • Musselshell County with one (nine active)
  • Sanders County with one (five active)
  • Sweet Grass County with one (two active)
  • Teton County with one (three active)
  • Toole County with one (five active)
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