Montana reported 1,101 new coronavirus cases as of 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force report. Twelve cases new cases were reported in Madison County, bringing active cases to 63.
From Oct. 27-Nov. 2, Madison County confirmed 44 new coronavirus cases. Four residents are hospitalized and 132 are in quarantine.
From Oct. 20-Oct. 26, Madison County confirmed 27 new coronavirus cases. One Madison County resident is currently hospitalized, and 112 residents are in quarantine, up seven from last week.
Madison County confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in two days, Oct. 18-19. The county has 18 active cases as of Oct. 19.
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services shares weekly updates of Montana’s public schools on coronavirus activity. Madison County had 14 active COVID-19 cases, with three residents being hospitalized because of their COVID-related illnesses as of Oct. 13.
Madison County has 12 active COVID-19 cases as of Oct. 6.
At least 111 people were quarantined in Madison County due being in close contact with positive COVID-19 cases, as of Sept. 29.
Madison County’s COVID-19 case rate continues to flatten as the state’s rate increases.
Madison County’s COVID-19 cases are starting to level as Montana COVID-19 cases climbed to 9,244 on Sept. 15.
A former employee at the Tobacco Root Mountains Care Center in Sheridan tested positive for COVID-19 Sept. 3.