April 12, 2020
Montana reported 10 new cases of the COVID-19 virus this morning. Toole county led the count with 5 new cases. The state's hotspot, Gallatin County reported 3 new cases. Missoula and Yellowstone counties each reported 1 new case. Those additions brought the state's total of confirmed cases to 387. Six people have died from the virus and 169 have recovered, adding to the state's wall of immunity. 

On the testing front, Montana has administered 8,913 tests, 332 new. Twenty-two people are currently hospitalized for the virus, bringing the state's total novel coronavirus hospitalizations to 47.
April 10, 2020
Montana reports that it has a total of 354 COVID-19 cases. Gallatin County reported 8 new cases. Yellowstone County reported 4 new cases. Flathead has 3 new cases. Cascade, Glacier, Stillwater, and Toole Counties each reported 1 new case.
April 6, 2020
A Montana Fish and Wildlife study showed no exposure to brucellosis among the Bangtail Mountain elk. Read more here:
April 6, 2020
As of 8 am today, Montana reports a total of 299 COVID-19 cases. Flathead County has 2 new cases. Gallatin County, the state's hotspot, has 6 new cases. Lincoln county reports one new case. Missoula reports 2 new, and Yellowstone has 2 new cases as well.

No new cases are reported for Butte-Silver Bow. The county's case load remains at 11.

The state reports 186 new tests completed, bringing the total number of tests completed in Montana to 6,789.
April 5, 2020

Montana has 286 cases of COVID-19 as of April 5. Flathead County reports 4 new cases. Gallatin County has 9 new cases. Lewis and Clark County reports 1 new case. Madison County has 3 new cases of the virus. Missoula County has 1 new case, and Toole County reports 3 new cases, according to