Two new COVID-19 patients identified in Montana on Wednesday evening

GREAT FALLS — Governor Steve Bullock on Wednesday evening said that two new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Montana.

The two new cases are a Missoula County man in his 50s, and a Gallatin County man in his 60s. The tests, conducted by the DPHHS Public Health Laboratory, were confirmed Wednesday evening.

A case announced Wednesday morning for a Gallatin County man in his 20s is now being classified as a New Hampshire case after it was determined the patient is a resident there.