GREAT FALLS – Health officials added 94 New COVID-19 Cases to the Montana Response COVID-19 Tracking Map on Tuesday July 28 and five new deaths
Note: The numbers reported by the state each day sometimes differ from those reported by county public health departments due to periodic delays in submitting data to the state. The data below is from the official Montana website on July 28:
- TOTAL CASES AND RECOVERIES: Now there has been 3,475 cumulative cases statewide, and 2,104 people have recovered from the virus.
- HOSPITALIZATIONS There are currently 62 hospitalized patients. Has been 205 hospitalizations for COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
- ACTIVE CASES: The state reports that there is currently 1,320 active cases of COVID-19 in Montana.
- TESTS: The number of tests increased by 2,753 during the previous 24-hour reporting period, for a new state cumulative total of 161,408.
- DEAD: The cumulative number of deaths in Montana is now 51. The new deaths include a man in his 40s in Yellowstone County; two people over the age of 65 in Custer County (the first deaths there); Gallatin County man in his 50s; and another death was reported in Lincoln County.
CASCADA COUNTY: Cascade County reported nine new cases on Tuesday. There has been a cumulative total of 125 confirmed cases in Cascade County; Of these, 43 have recovered, 80 are currently active, and two patients have died. The City and County Health Department at Great Falls says the new cases are either attributed to community spread or have been found through contact tracing and that, as in previous cases, these people have been isolated and Contact investigations are ongoing. KRTV confirmed Friday that COVID-19 cases at Malmstrom Air Force Base are included in the Cascade County totals; however, due to security concerns, military installations do not publish specific base numbers publicly.
NEW CASES REPORTED ON TUESDAY
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