In the past seven days, Gallatin County has reported only five new cases of the coronavirus. In the first seven days of April, the county registered 45 cases of COVID-19. And since April 11, we have not registered a daily total of more than three.

So far, the county has reported 143 total confirmed cases of the virus with zero deaths. Montana has also been seeing a pretty steady drop in cases since the state peaked at 35 on March 26th. Right now, Montana reports 433 cases of COVID-19, with ten deaths.

Here is the breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Gallatin County in April:

April 1: 79 cases (+5)

April 2: 93 cases (+14)

April 3: 101 cases (+8)

April 4: 109 cases (+8)

April 5: 115 cases (+6)

April 6: 118 cases (+3)

April 7: 119 cases (+1) *Based on changed reporting method

April 8: 120 cases (+1)

April 9: 128 cases (+8)

April 10: 134 cases (+6)

April 11: 135 cases (+1)

April 12: 138 cases (+3)

April 13: 138 cases (0)

April 14: 138 cases (0)

April 15: 139 cases (+1)

April 16: 141 cases (+2)

April 17: 142 cases (+1)

April 18: 142 cases (+0)

April 19: 143 cases (+1)