As of Thursday morning, Montana has confirmed 114,576 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 73 new confirmed cases. There are currently 489 active cases in the state.

According to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services, 877,988 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered and 435,896 Montanans are fully immunized. In Missoula, 126,189 doses have been administered and 63,088 people are fully immunized. 60% of Missoula's eligible population are fully vaccinated, which remains the most in the state.

Missoula County has had a total of 9,442 confirmed cases and 40 cases are currently active. You can find the current numbers from the Missoula City-County Health Department right here.

According to state statistics, 112,401 Montana residents have recovered from COVID-19 and 63 people are currently hospitalized.

The number of tests increased by 2,260 over the previous 24-hour reporting period, for a new cumulative state-wide total of 1,471,707.

The state COVID-19 related death toll increased from 1,683 on Wednesday to 1,686 on Thursday, according to state health officials.

Here are the updated case totals in Montana:

Flathead County Cases

12,657 Total  |  16 New  | 143 Active

Yellowstone County Cases

18,246 Total  |  16 New  | 95 Active

Gallatin County Cases

14,971 Total  |  11 New  | 31 Active

Missoula County Cases

9,442 Total  |  8 New  | 40 Active

Lake County Cases

2,150 Total  |  4 New  | 7 Active

Lincoln County Cases

1,662 Total  |  4 New  | 9 Active

Cascade County Cases

9,596 Total  |  3 New  | 56 Active

Ravalli County Cases

3,285 Total  |  3 New  | 12 Active

Mineral County Cases

298 Total  |  2 New  | 7 Active

Sanders County Cases

684 Total  |  2 New  | 2 Active

Jefferson County Cases

1,119 Total  |  1 New  | 2 Active

Lewis and Clark County Cases

7,079 Total  |  1 New  | 7 Active

Teton County Cases

511 Total  |  1 New  | 4 Active

Toole County Cases

733 Total  |  1 New  | 3 Active

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