Montana reported 128 COVID-19 cases and one death in an update Sunday morning to the state case mapping and information website.
Active cases statewide were at 2,226 as of the update. COVID-19 deaths in Montana reached 1,342 with the newly reported death.
Another 2,276 vaccine doses were administered by Sunday. A total of 214,519 doses have been administered statewide. The number of fully vaccinated Montanans increased by 810 from Saturday. The state has reported 67,460 Montanans to be fully vaccinated.
Active COVID-19 hospitalization were at 78 in the update and cumulative hospitalizations in the state reaching 4,522.
Six out of 10 large hospitals in the state reported having limited bed availability or being near capacity, according to a snapshot hospital occupancy and capacity report published by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services on Friday. Five out of the 10 large hospitals in the state reported limited availability of intensive care units in the same report.
Montana has reported 98,779 COVID-19 cases. Of those people infected, 95,211 are considered recovered, meaning they meet the CDC 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 illness.
Another 3,228 tests were completed by Sunday to bring the statewide testing total to 1,048,901.
Counties added the following number of cases in the Sunday update:
- Flathead with 35 (402 active)
- Gallatin with 35 (177 active)
- Missoula with 16 (153 active)
- Yellowstone with 10 (586 active)
- Lake with seven (47 active)
- Richland with seven (19 active)
- Lewis and Clark with three (166 active)
- Park with three (57 active)
- Valley with three (20 active)
- Roosevelt with two (30 active)
- Carbon with one (18 active)
- Cascade with one (64 active)
- Chouteau with one (five active)
- Granite with one (two active)
- Hill with one (26 active)
- Mineral with one (nine active)
- Ravalli with one (76 active)