On Friday, 4,374 new COVID cases were recorded in Montana. According to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, there are now 15,713 active cases in the state (DPHHS).
“As previously stated, the DPHHS COVID-19 laboratory reporting system suffered technical challenges, which impeded the process of entering the new case and test data into the system and publishing it on the COVID-19 dashboard. The reporting system’s technical concerns were resolved early this week.”
“These difficulties, however, influenced the number of new reports added to the dashboard that would have regularly happened during the week. The bulk of this week’s news reports is reflected in today’s number of new cases and fresh tests.”
The current number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations is 328, down from 338 on Thursday. The total number of hospitalizations in Montana due to the virus is 11,161.
Today’s DPHHS report has two new deaths: one in Cascade County and one in Teton County. Both happened in January.
Counties with the highest number of new COVID-19 cases
Cascade County Cases: 21,715 Total | 678 New | 2,050 Active Yellowstone County Cases: 39,870 Total | 633 New | 2,995 Active Missoula County Cases: 25,441 Total | 628 New | 3,096 Active Missoula County Cases: 25,441 Total | 628 New | 3,096 Active
Lewis and Clark County Cases: 16,550 Total | 425 New | 953 Active Flathead County Cases: 25,332 Total | 395 New | 1,385 Active Gallatin County Cases: 32,482 Total | 221 New | 1,272 Active Silver Bow County Cases: 7,937 Total | 119 New | 464 Active Ravalli County Cases: 6,625 Total | 111 New | 350 Active Glacier County Cases: 3,363 Total | 93 New | 157 Active Glacier
In Montana, there have been a total of 250,029 cases of COVID-19. The total number of recoveries has now reached 231,285. Since Thursday’s revelation, 29,233 COVID-19 tests have been given.
An estimated 54 percent of eligible citizens have been vaccinated, with 549,882 Montanans being wholly immunized. A total of 1,383,070 doses have been delivered.
To be vaccinated, contact your local health department or go here.
The data shown above is from the DPHHS website and is up to date as of Friday, February 4, 2022. The website contains country-specific statistics on cases, immunizations, and fatalities, among other things.