Montana has more than 350 COVID cases, 1 death over weekend
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana testing confirmed more than 350 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend while the state reported its 47th death due to the respiratory virus.
The state reported a record 224 cases on Saturday, 89 on Sunday and 41 on Monday.
The Yellowstone County health department says a woman in her 90s died at a Billings hospital on Saturday.
The woman's death was the 18th in 20 days in the county. Montana's total cases is nearing 3,400 and 61 people are hospitalized.
Just over 2,100 people are considered to have recovered from the virus, meaning they test negative. Just over 1,200 are still infected.