There were 1,132 new COVID-19 cases reported in Montana on Tuesday, Oct. 26, with 10,857 total active cases in the state, according to the Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS).
There were 46 newly-reported deaths in the state as of Tuesday. A total of 22 deaths occurred over the past week. Thirteen deaths occurred earlier in October and are being reported Tuesday as part of data reconciliation. The remaining 11 deaths are also part of data reconciliation and occurred from June to September 2021. The counties include Big Horn (1), Cascade (13), Dawson (1), Fallon (1), Gallatin (1), Lake (3), Liberty (1), Missoula (3), Powell (4), Silver Bow (5), Stillwater (4), Teton (1), Toole (1) Valley (1), Yellowstone (6).
The total number of Montanans who have died due to COVID-19 is now 2,305, according to DPHHS.
The number of people currently hospitalized due to COVID-19 is 458, up from 447 on Monday.
The cumulative number of hospitalizations in Montana due to the virus is 8,663.
There have been 173,104 cumulative cases of COVID-19 in Montana. The cumulative number of recoveries is now 159,942. There have been 8,160 COVID-19 tests administered since the last DPHHS report.
An estimated 55% of eligible residents are now vaccinated, with 501,967 Montanans now considered fully vaccinated. The total number of doses administered is 1,076,135.
Counties with the most new cases
- Yellowstone County : 307 New; 2,394 Active
- Cascade County: 110 New; 1,169 Active
- Gallatin County: 103 New; 550 Active
- Missoula County: 92 New; 1,730 Active
- Lewis and Clark County: 91 New; 883 Active
- Flathead County: 70 New; 1,183 Active
- Powell County: 23 New; 68 Active
- Hill County: 21 New; 109 Active
- Roosevelt County: 21 New, 65 Active
- Lincoln County: 19 New, 169 Active
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Information from DPHHS at this point does not include data on whether new cases occurred among vaccinated or unvaccinated people.
The information above is from the DPHHS website and is current as of Tuesday, Oct. 26. The website contains county-specific data on new cases, vaccination rates, and more.