Montgomery County's active COVID-19 case count rose by 40 on July 10, bringing the county's total number of current active cases to 1,040, according to the Montgomery County Public Health District and the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

One death from the disease, a Conroe man in his 60s, was reported July 10. Forty-one county residents have now died from complications related to COVID-19. Eighty-seven new recoveries were reported July 10, bringing the countywide recovery total to 1,926.

The county's total case count grew by 131 and now sits at 3,007. The county's seven-day average of new cases also reached a new high July 10.

Five new hospitalizations of county residents were reported, and the hospitalization total rose to 41. A total of 220 people of any residence are now hospitalized throughout the county, including 167 in general or isolation beds and 53 in ICU beds, according to data from the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council.