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Montana at 433 COVID-19 cases; Yellowstone County adds 2

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Posted at 10:10 AM, Apr 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-19 12:18:11-04

Montana saw an increase in confirmed coronavirus cases of seven in the past 24 hours, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map. The state total now stands at 433. Two of the new cases were in Yellowstone County, which now has 72 confirmed cases.

Gallatin County, Montana's hardest hit county, added one new case for a total of 143. Missoula County saw the biggest increase in the past 24 hours, adding three new cases, bringing the county to 38.

Pondera County added its second confirmed case.

329 tests were completed since the last report, moving the state total to 10,898. There have been 55 total hospitalizations, with 18 of those currently active.

Information on the seven new cases is below.

Gallatin M 20-29 4/18/2020
Missoula M 20-29 4/18/2020
Missoula M 20-29 4/18/2020
Missoula F 20-29 4/18/2020
Pondera F 50-59 4/18/2020
Yellowstone F 50-59 4/18/2020
Yellowstone M 40-49 4/18/2020