Montana reported 19 new COVID-19 cases Friday afternoon, jumping to a total of 262, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracker.
The state had 243 cases as of Friday morning.
Yellowstone County added two new cases for a total of 38. The two new cases are a woman in her 20s and a man in his 50s.
Gallatin County, the epicenter of the outbreak in Montana, added eight new cases to surpass 100 for the first time. The county's 101 cases is up from 93 in the morning.
Toole County, which has about 5,000 people along the Hi-Line, reported six new cases to bring its total to 12. Flathead County reported two new cases, and Broadwater County one.
The state completed 339 tests Friday afternoon and has tested 6,057 people since the beginning of the outbreak.
Montana's death toll remains at five, and 24 people statewide have been hospitalized for the disease.
Here's a breakdown of the new cases: