Big Horn County Announces 16 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Includes two (2) under 10 years of age and three (3) over the age of 60—16 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 14, 2020) – Big Horn County added 16 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, November 13, 2020. Of the 16 newly-confirmed cases, 14 patients presented with symptoms and two (2) were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested. Six (6) cases were likely contracted through community spread and ten (10) cases could be traced by public health to previously-known cases of coronavirus. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 1 1 2 Age 10 – 19 – – – Age 20 – 29 3 – 3 Age 30 – 39 1 1 2 Age… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 26 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Includes five (5) over the age of 60—13 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 12, 2020) – Big Horn County added 26 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, November 12, 2020. Of the 26 newly-confirmed cases, 22 patients presented with symptoms and four (4) were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested. 12 cases were likely contracted through community spread and 14 cases could be traced by public health to previously-known cases of coronavirus. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 1 – 1 Age 10 – 19 4 2 6 Age 20 – 29 4 3 7 Age 30 – 39 2 – 2 Age 40 –… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 41st Death from COVID-19 Decedent is a woman in her 60’s—12 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 12, 2020) – Big Horn County today announced the 41st death of a County resident due to complications from the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The decedent is a woman in her 60’s who was hospitalized prior to her death. She died on Sunday, November 8, 2020. This is the 1st death recorded in November. The County’s fatality rate is 2.5% (41 deaths out of 1,615 total cases). The Big Horn County COVID-19 Response Unified Coalition extends our deepest condolences to her family, friends, and the entire community of Big Horn County on her loss. Month Number of… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 24 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 185 new cases in the first 11 days of November—12 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 11, 2020) – Big Horn County added 24 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Of the 24 newly-confirmed cases, 20 patients presented with symptoms and four (4) were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested. Seven (7) cases were likely contracted through community spread and 17 cases could be traced by public health to previously-known cases of coronavirus. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 2 1 3 Age 10 – 19 – – – Age 20 – 29 5 2 7 Age 30 – 39 1 1 2 Age 40… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 13 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Includes three (3) over the age of 60—12 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 11, 2020) – Big Horn County added 13 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Of the 13 newly-confirmed cases, 11 patients presented with symptoms and two (2) were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested. Seven (7) cases could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and six (6) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 – – – Age 10 – 19 – – – Age 20 – 29 2 – 2 Age 30 – 39 – 1 1 Age 40 – 49… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 12 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Recoveries increase to 1,422 of 1,578 total cases—10 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 9, 2020) – Big Horn County added 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, November 9, 2020. Ten (10) patients presented with symptoms and two (2) were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested. Six (6) cases could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and six (6) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 – – – Age 10 – 19 2 – 2 Age 20 – 29 2 – 2 Age 30 – 39 1 1 2 Age 40 – 49 – – – Age… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces Six (6) Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 County’s 7-day average over 18 cases per day—09 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 9, 2020) – Big Horn County added six (6) new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, November 8, 2020. All six (6) patients presented with symptoms when tested. Two (2) cases could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and four (4) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 – – – Age 10 – 19 – – – Age 20 – 29 1 – 1 Age 30 – 39 – – – Age 40 – 49 3 – 3 Age 50 – 59 1 –… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces Another 19 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Includes seven (7) under the age of 20—09 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 8, 2020) – Big Horn County added 19 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, November 7, 2020. Five (5) patients were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested and 14 presented with symptoms. Of the 19 cases, 12 could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and seven (7) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 1 3 4 Age 10 – 19 2 1 3 Age 20 – 29 1 1 2 Age 30 – 39 2 1 3 Age 40 – 49 1 – 1… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 19 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 1,350 recoveries from 1,542 total cases—09 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 6, 2020) – Big Horn County added 19 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, November 6, 2020. Four (4) patients were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested and 15 presented with symptoms. Of the 19 cases, 10 could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and nine (9) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 – 1 1 Age 10 – 19 4 2 6 Age 20 – 29 – 1 1 Age 30 – 39 2 – 2 Age 40 – 49 1 3 4… Read more >

Big Horn County Announces 23 Newly-confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Includes three (3) under 20 years of age and five (5) over the age of 60—06 Nov

HARDIN, MONTANA (November 5, 2020) – Big Horn County added 23 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, November 5, 2020. Five (5) patients were asymptomatic (without symptoms) when tested and 18 presented with symptoms. Of the 23 cases, 14 could be traced to previously-known cases of coronavirus and nine (9) cases were likely contracted through community spread. The new cases are: Age Ranges Female Male Totals Under age 10 1 – 1 Age 10 – 19 2 – 2 Age 20 – 29 3 3 6 Age 30 – 39 – 1 1 Age 40 – 49 1 1 2… Read more >