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Vaccine Clinics For Children Scheduled For Dec. 3, 10

Roosevelt County reports 48 active cases. There are five current hospitalizations. There have been 59 confirmed COVID-related deaths in the county.

Vaccination clinics are scheduled from 3-6 p.m. on Dec. 2 in Wolf Point, Dec. 7 from 3-6 p.m. in Culbertson, Dec. 9 in Wolf Point, Dec. 16 in Wolf Point, Dec. 22 in Culbertson and Dec. 30 in Wolf Point.

Clinics for children are from 9 a.m. to noon on Dec. 3, and 1-4 p.m. on Dec. 10. Both clinics are scheduled in Wolf Point.

Immunizations are by appointment only. For questions or to schedule an appointment, call 406-653-6223.

Area Statistics Daniels County had one active case as of Tuesday, Nov. 30. The county has 294 recovered cases and 304 cumulative cases. Nine deaths have occurred due to COVID-19 and/or complications.

In McCone County, there are zero active cases as of Monday, Nov. 29. There have been three COVID-related deaths in the county.

Phillips County had 13 active cases as of Monday, Nov. 29. There have been 830 recovered cases and 26 COVID-related deaths.

For Richland County, there were 33 active cases and 1,871 recovered cases as of Monday, Nov. 29. Total COVID-related deaths are 24. There have been 1,928 total cases.


According to Montana health officials, the state’s total number of known cases now stands at 190,424 since the start of the pandemic. There have been 2,162,567 tests conducted.

Around the state, there are 4,284 active cases. There are 215 active hospitalizations. By Monday, Nov. 29, a total of 2,638 deaths have been reported statewide. A total of 183,502 people have recovered.

Though there is no state mask mandate, local jurisdictions may still choose to implement their own mask requirements. Gov. Gianforte emphasized how providing incentives and encouraging personal responsibility are more effective than imposing unenforceable government mandates.

Vaccine Doses

In Roosevelt County, 9,313 total doses have been administered. There have been 4,233 or 43 percent fully immunizations.

As of Monday, Nov. 29, 1,216,198 total doses have been administered in Montana. There are 517,306 or 51 percent fully immunized Montanans.

The dashboard can be found at https://www.arcgis. com/apps/MapSeries/ index . h tml ? appid= 7 c 34f3412536439491adcc2103421d4b.

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