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COVID-19 data report for Monday, April 26, 2021

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April 6, 2021
Butte - On Monday, April 26, 2021, the Health Department released its weekly COVID-19 data report. As of Sunday, April 25, the department was reporting 4,075 positive cases in the county, since Butte-Silver Bow was informed of its first COVID-19 case March 13, 2020. Of those, 3,968 have recovered, and 22 cases remain active. 


For the week of April 17-23, the Health Department reported 26 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19, down four cases from the previous week of April 10-16, when 30 new cases were reported. Based on those 26 new cases, daily average cases for the week of April 17-23 was four, the same as the previous week’s daily average cases of four. Cases per 100,000 population for the week of April 10-16 was 11, down from 12 per 100,000 the previous week. 


The county’s current positivity rate – the percent of people testing positive for the COVID-19 virus in a given time period – increased from the previous time period, moving to 3.6 percent in the time period of April 14-20, up from 2.7 percent during the previous time period. Sullivan said as of Monday, Butte-Silver Bow had administered 28,061 COVID-19 vaccine doses, with 12,191 individuals fully immunized. 


Doses per 1,000 population stands at 982.0, among the state’s top rankings for doses per 1,000 people. More information on vaccine distribution in Butte-Silver Bow and in Montana may be found at: https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=7c34f3412536439491adcc2103421d 4b. Sullivan said the general public, in addition to accessing the Civic Center site for vaccinations, can locate other vaccination locations at https://vaccinefinder.org/.


 


 

 

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