Montana Sets Single-Day Record For New COVID-19 Cases With 733
On Wednesday morning, 733 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Montana. It marks the second consecutive day that Montana has set a single-day record for new cases. The numbers reported Wednesday morning reflect testing and cases from Tuesday, October 6, 2020.
On Tuesday, October 6, Montana set a single day COVID-19 record with 495 new cases. The new cases reported Wednesday exceed that number by more than 200 cases.
Missoula County had the most new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday morning with 211. Yellowstone County reported 116 new cases, and Gallatin County reported 48.
The counties listed below reported ten or more new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, October 7, 2020.
Missoula County Cases
- 1,131 Total | 211 New | 401 Active
Yellowstone County Cases
- 3,807 Total | 116 New | 1,137 Active
Glacier County Cases
- 583 Total | 83 New | 420 Active
Flathead County Cases
- 1,583 Total | 73 New | 799 Active
Gallatin County Cases
- 1,678 Total | 48 New | 282 Active
Cascade County Cases
- 953 Total | 21 New | 512 Active
Blaine County Cases
- 100 Total | 18 New | 79 Active
Beaverhead County Cases
- 154 Total | 17 New | 59 Active
Hill County Cases
- 269 Total | 16 New | 113 Active
Roosevelt County Cases
- 467 Total | 14 New | 259 Active
Deer Lodge County Cases
- 207 Total | 13 New | 94 Active
Lake County Cases
- 315 Total | 11 New | 68 Active
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the total number of tests administered in Montana is 376,176, including 3,456 new tests.
There are currently 5,352 active COVID-19 cases in Montana with 235 active hospitalizations. 10,518 people have recovered, and 193 people have died.
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