Public health officials in Lewis and Clark County plan to administer approximately 750 single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines Mon…
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Montana is ending the month of March with a seven-day rolling average of new daily cases at 125, a third of the averages reported at the end of 2020.
Montana added 157 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, and at least one more of its residents has died due to the virus.
The majority of the 83 new cases in Cascade County stemmed from a reporting error detailed by county health officials last week. An official said most of the cases reported out of Big Horn County were similarly the result of data reconciliation.
Montana reported 203 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, and at least five more deaths due to the virus.
Montana added 149 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, and 10 more confirmed deaths due to the virus.
Montana added 192 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, and four more people who have died due to the virus.
Health Officer Matt Kelley said the lack of connection between the cases and absence of travel history are indications that the variant form of the virus may be circulating widely in Montana.
Montana added 165 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, and 15 more of its residents died due to complications from the virus.
Montana reported 201 new cases of COVID-19, and the deaths of two people in an update Thursday to the state’s case mapping and tracking website.
Montana reported another two deaths due to COVID-19 on Saturday, as well as 288 new cases.
Smaller rural county health departments juggle many daily duties, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
23. Light a fire. If your fireplace runs on wood instead of gas, a fire is another way to keep a room warm and enjoy a cozy night. "Make sure that your flue is properly opened and clean to make sure that smoke doesn't come back in the home but goes properly up the flue," Benjamin said. "When the fire is out, you should of course close the flue because it's like having an open window."
The state announced 374 more cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and the deaths of another 34 people due to the disease.
An update to Montana's COVID-19 case mapping and information website Monday revealed a dashboard with statewide vaccination numbers broken down at the county level.
Montana reported 246 COVID-19 cases and the COVID-19 deaths of 10 more people Sunday in a morning update to the case mapping and information website.
Montana added another 408 COVID-19 cases and six deaths in an update Thursday morning to the state's case mapping and information website.
Montana added another 515 COVID-19 cases and nine deaths in an update Friday morning to the state's case mapping and information website.