tana, up from 437 on Tuesday, April 21. Of those cases, 356 are listed as recovered. There have been 61 total hospitalizations, with 10 hospitalizations listed as active. Fifteen people have died from the virus. Most are treating their symptoms at home. As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, a total of 13,191 tests had been completed.
Williams County in North Dakota has reported 10 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday morning, April 28. Mountrail County has reported 35 cases. Ward County has 21 reported cases. At presstime, there have been 991 cases reported in North Dakota, with 409 individuals listed as recovered. Seventy-nine have required hospitalization with 25 currently hospitalized. Nineteen deaths have been reported in North Dakota.
Wild Horse Stampede Committee The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede Committee issued
the following press release April 28: “The Wild Horse Stampede is on schedule and planning to be held July 9-11; however, we are closely monitoring the current regulations from Gov. Bullock’s directives and the local health department. We will be making a final decision by June 1 according to the most updated directives.”
The Montana High School Association issued a final decision to cancel spring sports, music programs and other school activities Wednesday, May 22, just hours after Gov. Steve Bullock announced a three-tiered reopening of Montana.
Under Bullock’s plan, public school districts could open for classes May 7, three days after the deadline MHSA had set earlier of Monday, May 4, for students to return to classes, which was a condition for activities to return with shortened seasons.
This cancellation, a health and safety decision related to the COVID-19 pandemic, is the first time in 77 years, since 1943, that Montana has canceled a sports season.