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Montana COVID-19 cases rise to 387 Sunday morning

Posted at 10:09 AM, Apr 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-13 08:43:08-04

Montana reported 10 new COVID-19 cases Sunday morning, bringing the state's total to 387, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracker.

One new case, a woman in her 30s, was reported in Yellowstone County for a total of 58.

Toole County, which has an outbreak at an assisted living facility in Shelby, added five new cases for 25. Gallatin County added three new cases for 138, and Missoula County added one new case.

The death toll remains at six in Montana. Currently, 22 people are in the hospital, and 47 have been hospitalized since the start of the outbreak. Montana has reported 169 recoveries from the disease.

The state completed 332 cases since the last report Saturday. The state has completed 8,913 cases since the start of the outbreak.

Montana updates its case count daily around 10 a.m.

Here's a breakdown of all the new cases:

GallatinF50-5904/11/2020
GallatinM50-5904/11/2020
GallatinF40-4904/11/2020
MissoulaF60-6904/11/2020
TooleF60-6904/11/2020
TooleF80-8904/11/2020
TooleM70-7904/11/2020
TooleF90-9904/11/2020
TooleF80-8904/11/2020
YellowstoneF30-3904/11/2020