Madison County had two active coronavirus cases as of the morning of March 30. There are no active hospitalizations, and one new death was reported that occurred in January. No new cases have been reported in any Madison County school district over the past 14 days.
The Madison County Board of Health held a quarterly meeting on March 16. The board voted unanimously to align county directives regarding mask wearing and group size limits with Gov. Greg Gianforte’s directives.
As of March 23, Madison County reported four positive coronavirus cases. Three active cases were reported on Tuesday and one on Monday.
Madison County has four active coronavirus cases. The number of deaths related to COVID-19 throughout the pandemic remains at seven and there are currently zero active hospitalizations.
“This is the first time in a long time we have no active hospitalizations” Joe Brummell, head of the incident management team, said.
From Feb. 28-March 7, Madison County reported 14 new coronavirus cases. One resident is currently hospitalized. There are 28 active cases in the county and have been seven fatalities through the course of the pandemic.
From Feb. 21-28, Madison County reported 17 new coronavirus cases. Two new hospitalizations occurred within the past seven days, and 46 residents were quarantined. Madison County will receive 200 doses of coronavirus vaccination this week, 100 for Madison Valley Medical Center and 100 for Ruby Valley Medical Center.
From Feb. 14-Feb.21, 14 new coronavirus cases were reported in Madison County. Forty-five residents have been quarantined in the last seven days and there has been one new hospitalization.
On Tuesday morning, Montana reported 120 new coronavirus cases, according to the Coronavirus Task Force update. Four of those cases involved Madison County residents.
From Jan. 31-Feb. 7, Madison County reported 16 new positive coronavirus cases. In the past seven days, 122 residents were quarantined.
The majority of the 122 quarantined could be tied back to eight people, Madison County Public Health Nurse Melissa Brummell said.
On Jan. 26 the Madison County Health Department issued an order to extend the current mask mandate for all residents and businesses for 60 days in Madison County, requiring anyone in public to wear a face covering.