As of Tuesday morning, Montana has confirmed 182,468 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 1,136 new confirmed cases. There are currently 8,004 active cases in the state.

According to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services, 1,138,643 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered and 510,517 Montanans are fully immunized.

In Missoula, 157,218 doses have been administered and 69,887 people are fully immunized. 67% of Missoula's eligible population are fully vaccinated, which remains the most in the state. You can find the current case numbers from the Missoula City-County Health Department right here.

According to state statistics, 172,027 Montana residents have recovered from COVID-19 and 364 people are currently hospitalized.

The state COVID-19 related death toll increased from 2,423 on Monday to 2,437 on Tuesday, according to state health officials.

Here are the updated case totals in Montana:

Cascade County Cases

15,900 Total  |  210 New  | 903 Active

Yellowstone County Cases

29,835 Total  |  202 New  | 2,067 Active

Gallatin County Cases

21,188 Total  |  176 New  | 450 Active

Lewis and Clark County Cases

11,688 Total  |  83 New  | 997 Active

Flathead County Cases

19,998 Total  |  65 New  | 649 Active

Missoula County Cases

16,730 Total  |  41 New  | 798 Active

Fergus County Cases

1,778 Total  |  35 New  | 106 Active

Carbon County Cases

1,433 Total  |  25 New  | 59 Active

Dawson County Cases

1,714 Total  |  24 New  | 57 Active

Silver Bow County Cases

5,969 Total  |  24 New  | 121 Active

Roosevelt County Cases

2,133 Total  |  21 New  | 119 Active

Carter County Cases

201 Total  |  20 New  | 1 Active

Glacier County Cases

2,288 Total  |  20 New  | 109 Active

Musselshell County Cases

660 Total  |  14 New  | 52 Active

Ravalli County Cases

5,203 Total  |  14 New  | 130 Active

Custer County Cases

2,249 Total  |  11 New  | 64 Active

Hill County Cases

3,309 Total  |  10 New  | 51 Active

Park County Cases

2,550 Total  |  9 New  | 357 Active

Sanders County Cases

1,454 Total  |  9 New  | 82 Active

Lake County Cases

4,333 Total  |  8 New  | 187 Active

Lincoln County Cases

3,407 Total  |  8 New  | 96 Active

Valley County Cases

1,306 Total  |  8 New  | 65 Active

Beaverhead County Cases

1,503 Total  |  7 New  | 20 Active

Broadwater County Cases

882 Total  |  7 New  | 45 Active

Rosebud County Cases

1,686 Total  |  6 New  | 23 Active

Teton County Cases

877 Total  |  6 New  | 19 Active

Big Horn County Cases

3,096 Total  |  5 New  | 86 Active

Phillips County Cases

830 Total  |  5 New  | 24 Active

Powell County Cases

1,404 Total  |  5 New  | 24 Active

Blaine County Cases

1,343 Total  |  4 New  | 56 Active

Deer Lodge County Cases

1,626 Total  |  4 New  | 22 Active

Mineral County Cases

722 Total  |  4 New  | 10 Active

Sweet Grass County Cases

575 Total  |  4 New  | 7 Active

Toole County Cases

990 Total  |  4 New  | 11 Active

Golden Valley County Cases

114 Total  |  3 New  | 9 Active

Granite County Cases

404 Total  |  3 New  | 10 Active

Jefferson County Cases

1,771 Total  |  3 New  | 57 Active

Fallon County Cases

480 Total  |  2 New  | 10 Active

Garfield County Cases

148 Total  |  2 New  | 11 Active

Liberty County Cases

263 Total  |  2 New  | 4 Active

McCone County Cases

279 Total  |  2 New  | 6 Active

Meagher County Cases

265 Total  |  2 New  | 7 Active

Sheridan County Cases

520 Total  |  2 New  | 4 Active

Wheatland County Cases

268 Total  |  2 New  | 6 Active

Chouteau County Cases

742 Total  |  1 New  | 20 Active

Judith Basin County Cases

158 Total  |  1 New  | 4 Active

Daniels County Cases

291 Total  |  0 New  | 1 Active

Madison County Cases

1,333 Total  |  0 New  | 24 Active

Petroleum County Cases

19 Total  |  0 New  | 1 Active

Pondera County Cases

791 Total  |  0 New  | 8 Active

Powder River County Cases

280 Total  |  0 New  | 8 Active

Prairie County Cases

164 Total  |  0 New  | 3 Active

Richland County Cases

1,816 Total  |  0 New  | 52 Active

Stillwater County Cases

1,189 Total  |  0 New  | 109 Active

Treasure County Cases

95 Total  |  0 New  | 3 Active

Wibaux County Cases

169 Total  |  0 New  | 1 Active

Answers to 25 common COVID-19 vaccine questions

Vaccinations for COVID-19 began being administered in the U.S. on Dec. 14, 2020. The quick rollout came a little more than a year after the virus was first identified in November 2019. The impressive speed with which vaccines were developed has also left a lot of people with a lot of questions. The questions range from the practical—how will I get vaccinated?—to the scientific—how do these vaccines even work?

Keep reading to discover answers to 25 common COVID-19 vaccine questions.

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