Valley County COVID Update
March 3, 2021
As of 3/01/2021 at 6:15 p.m. the following was Valley County’s COVID-19 status.
A good faith effort to protect individuals from the spread of coronavirus is expected of all Montanans. This is accomplished by following clear public health guidelines and these prevention measures:
*Wearing a mask or two layer face covering in public at all times.
*Remaining 6 feet away from persons who are not members of your household to socially distance.
*Frequently using hand sanitizer and sanitizing surfaces.
Please do your part to protect each other!
Active cases: 20
Recovered cases: 806
Total cases: 837
Death due to COVID-19 and/or COVID-19 complications: 11
13 positive persons since our last report on 2/23/2020 -- Cases 825 - 837
NEW ACTIVE CASES ONLY
Age less than 10: 4
10-19: 2 20-29: 1
30-39: 3 40-49: 0
50-59: 0 60-69: 1
70-79: 2 80-89: 0
Female: 5 Male: 8
With our 837 cases, we have had 59 persons hospitalized.
1,357 of our Montanans have died from this virus as of 3/01/2021. 11 Montanans have died in six (6) days since our last update on 2/23/2021.
COVID-19 Vaccination rate for Valley County:
Eligible population fully vaccinated with two doses of COVID-19 vaccine: 8.5%
At Valley County Health Department, our efforts at COVID-19 prevention are to accomplish these three equally important goals:
*Protect the Vulnerable (elderly/compromised immune system/other underlying health conditions).
*Keep the Students in School
*Keep the Adults at Work