Montana Announced Two Deaths from COVID-19

HELENA, Mont. — Health officials in Montana have announced two deaths from COVID-19, one connected to an outbreak at a nursing home in Billings and the other in Lewis and Clark County.

Authorities said a man in his 70s died at Canyon Creek Memory Care nursing home in Billings early Thursday. it was the ninth death tied to an outbreak at the center.

The death in Lewis and Clark County was that county's first death due to complications from COVID-19. Officials say the 65-year-old died Tuesday.

Thirty-six Montana residents have died of coronavirus-related causes.


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