Here are recent numbers for reported and recorded coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Montana, the United States of America and worldwide.
Data for Montana — as of July 12, 2020 — is from the state’s Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS). Other data is from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and prevention, and Johns Hopkins University. Bear in mind, one of the reasons officials call the coronavirus outbreak a “fluid situation” is the number of reported cases changes rapidly.
• Total COVID-19 reported cases: 1,758*
• Total deaths: 29
• Recovered: 865
*Includes one case of a part-time Montana resident with no documented exposures or close contacts in the state, and who was tested outside Montana.
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United States of America
• Total reported cases: 3,173,212**
• Total deaths: 133,666**
**Includes confirmed and presumptive-positive COVID-19 cases reported to the CDC
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• Confirmed COVID-19 cases: 12,772,755
• COVID-19 related deaths: 566,036
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