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Palmer signs consent decree

May 24, 2020
ButteNews.net
Butte-Silver Bow Chief Executive Dave Palmer signed the super fund consent decree on Friday. See the ceremony here:


Phase 2 to begin June 1, 2020

ButteNews.net
May 20, 2020
Montana will lift the 14 day quarantine for the out-of-state travelers on June 1, 2020 as part of Phase 2 to re-open the state according to Governor Bullock. Click here to read more on ButteNews.net.


Butte COVIDential: State has 5 new cases

ButteNews.net
April 15, 2020
Butte-Silver Bow Health Officer Karen Sullivan says the state's COVID-19 testing numbers remain steady at between 300 and 500 daily.

The total number of those tested in Montana for the COVID-19 virus stands at 9,583, with 349 new tests reported by the state this morning.

The total number of confirmed cases is now 404, and 5 of those are new.

Flathead county reported one new case, as did Gallatin, Pondera, Roosevelt, and Yellowstone.

The Treasure State reports that 209 people have recovered from the virus in Montana. Seven have died. There are 21 current hospitalizations, and 51 people have been hospitalized overall.

The novel coronavirus numbers for Montana were updated at 10 am.


 

Butte COVIDential: Butte-Silver Bow stays at 11 COVID cases

ButteNews.net
April 13, 2020
Montana reports that Butte-Silver Bow is still at 11 cases of the COVID-19 virus.
Statewide there are now 394 cases, up seven from yesterday morning's report. Flathead County reports two new cases, Ravalli County reports two new as well. and Glaicer, Toole, and Yellowstone each report 1 new case.

Butte COVIDential: Silver Bow reports no new COVID-19 cases

ButteNews.net
April 12, 2020
Butte-Silver Bow holds the line at 11 cases of the novel coronavirus.
Montana reported 10 new cases of the COVID-19 virus this morning. Toole county led the count with 5 new cases. The state's hotspot, Gallatin County reported 3 new cases. Missoula and Yellowstone counties each reported 1 new case. Those additions brought the state's total of confirmed cases to 387. Six people have died from the virus in Montana, and 169 have recovered, adding to the state's wall of immunity. 

On the testing front, Montana has administered 8,913 tests, 332 new. Twenty-two people are currently hospitalized for the virus, bringing the state's total hospitalizations to 47.

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