State & Local Coronavirus Summary
As of Monday, November 23rd:
- Yellowstone County has 56 new cases, 4,456 active cases, and 10,204 total cases of COVID-19 – find data for other counties here.
- Yellowstone County currently accounts for 18.1% of the total cases in Montana.
- Persons ages 20-39 are contracting COVID-19 most frequently, comprising 36% of cases in Montana.
- Montana ranks 8th in a state by state comparison of number of cases per 100,000 individuals.
|Current Status of Cases for Montana|
Number of Cases (percent of total) for Montana
|Recovering and Released from Isolation||39,051 (71%)|
|Total Number of Cases||56,680|
The trendline below captures the movement of confirmed cases and deaths throughout the state since Montana's first confirmed coronavirus case on March 11th, 2020. Notable daily spikes in cases occurred on October 22nd (1,608 cases), November 14th (1,642 cases), November 15th (1,272 cases), and November 20th (1,475 cases). Historic case and death data is provided by the CDC Case Task Force.
- Across Montana, there have been 461 schools and universities with confirmed cases of COVID-19, and a total of 2,611 cases within those schools.
- Within Yellowstone County, 66 schools have reported COVID-19 activity and there have been 347 total cases within those schools, 119 of which are currently under investigation.
- The colleges and universities in Billings report a total of 127 associated cases, with the breakdown by institution as follows: Montana State University Billings (50), Rocky Mountain College (69), and Yellowstone Christian College (8).
- For Billings Public School District 2, cases are summarized as follows: