With the governor giving the go-ahead to open schools on May 7th, many parents are worried about their kids contracting COVID-19 if they go back to the classroom. If you look at the numbers for Gallatin County provided by the health department, we have had only one positive case of coronavirus in kids between the ages of 0-9. And there's been only three cases between the ages of 10-19.

So far, 145 people have tested positive for the virus in Gallatin County, of which 141 have recovered. As of Thursday morning (April 23), we have only 3 active cases in the county. One person is currently hospitalized locally for coronavirus.

Here's the breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Gallatin County during the month of 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)

April 20: 143 cases (+0)

April 21: 145 cases (+2)

April 22: 145 cases (+0)

April 23: 146 cases (+1)