Montana reported 75 COVID-19 cases and no new deaths in an update Sunday morning to the state case mapping and information website.
The state has reported 1,381 COVID-19 deaths among residents. The active case total was at 1,590 Sunday morning.
By Sunday the total number of vaccine doses administered in Montana had increased by more than 3,000 for a total of 306,939 doses administered. The number of people fully vaccinated increased by 2,644 to 114,755.
Active COVID-19 hospitalizations were at 63. Total COVID-19 hospitalizations were at 4,630 in the Sunday update.
Six out of 10 large hospitals in the state reported having limited bed availability or nearing capacity as of a Friday snapshot hospital occupancy and capacity report from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Three out of 10 large hospitals in Montana reported having limited intensive care unit availability or nearing capacity.
Montana has reported 100,914 COVID-19 cases among residents. Of those people infected 97,943 are considered recovered, meaning they meet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for a person with COVID-19 to be released from isolation. That does not necessarily mean a person is no longer experiencing symptoms or other health effects related to COVID-19.
Another 3,132 tests were completed by Sunday, bringing the statewide testing total to 1,104,488.
Counties added the following number of cases in the Sunday update:
- Flathead with 25 (151 active)
- Missoula with 19 (118 active)
- Gallatin with 11 (118 active)
- Park with four (38 active)
- Yellowstone with four (587 active)
- Hill with three (26 active)
- Cascade with two (59 active)
- Dawson with two (eight active)
- Lewis and Clark with two (87 active)
- Big Horn with one (22 active)
- Deer Lodge with one (14 active)
- Sweet Grass wit hone (five active)