According to the Toole County Health Department, as of 11:30 a.m. April 10, there are 18 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Toole County. A total of 200 tests have been administered.

The current number of hospitalized cases still stands at one, four have recovered and three have died. All Toole County cases continue to consist of close contact transmission. 

Currently there are 365 cases of COVID-19 across the State of Montana. Glacier County has three cases and there are no confirmed cases in Pondera County.

In a speech delivered on April 7, Governor Bullock announced he will extend Montana’s stay at home order to April 24, 2020. This is a two-week extension from the original April 10, 2020 date. 

The Governor cited continued concerns on slowing the spread and giving health care providers more time to prepare as reasons for the extension. 

For more information on how to support your local health care providers, please visit http://mmcmt.org/ppe-drive/. The Toole County Joint Information Center (JIC) is available to answer your questions. Please reach out to us via the TCHD Facebook page, email covid19@toolecountymt.gov, or phone 406-424-8309. 

More information on specifics for positive cases, such as gender and age, can be found online from the State of Montana at: https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=7c34f3412536439491adcc2103421d4b.

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