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Montana adds 1 COVID-19 case as child tests positive in Gallatin County

State total at 458
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Posted at 10:04 AM, May 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-09 12:53:32-04

Montana added one confirmed case of COVID-19 on Saturday, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 Tracking Map.

The state's 458th case came in Gallatin County, which has 149 total cases, and was a female under the age of 10.

NOTE: The state's map reports 458 cases statewide, the same total as Friday, despite the new Gallatin County case. Information issued by the state said that upon further review, a case in Yellowstone County is no longer being considered a positive case and has been removed from the overall case count.

Gallatin County has three of the state's 20 active cases. Toole County has seven actives cases, the highest amount in Montana.

Yellowstone County saw its active cases fall from four on Friday to two on Saturday.

There have been 62 total hospitalizations, four of which are active. There have been 422 recoveries and 16 deaths in Montana.

The state administered 384 tests in the 24-hour period, moving the state total to 21,329.

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