Montana Coronavirus Report | Montana Free Press


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Friday, July 10, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the U.S. and Montana, we’ll provide regular updates with the latest news and information. Figures and information are accurate at the time of publication.


The latest numbers

Montana cases

As of Friday, July 10, Montana reports a total of 1,593 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 127 new cases since yesterday, 710 active cases, and 28 deaths from the disease. State officials also report that 123 of the cases have resulted in hospitalizations, with 21 patients currently hospitalized, and 855 patients considered recovered. The state’s official dashboard is here, and more information on the numbers reported by the state is here.


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