Coronavirus in Wyoming

41,773 cases as of Friday at 3 p.m.

Wyoming Department of Health has reported a total of 41,773 cases of COVID-19 (with at least 7,136 additional probable cases in parentheses) in Wyoming. There have been 522 COVID-19-related deaths reported.

  • Albany: 3,307 (340)
  • Big Horn: 764 (147)
  • Campbell: 4,024 (426)
  • Carbon: 1,010 (77)
  • Converse: 521 (363)
  • Crook: 368 (31)
  • Fremont: 3,657 (578)
  • Goshen: 976 (89)
  • Hot Springs: 229 (77)
  • Johnson: 357 (223)
  • Laramie: 6,555 (1,151)
  • Lincoln: 905 (144)
  • Natrona: 5,350 (1,689)
  • Niobrara: 63 (83)
  • Park: 2,250 (146)
  • Platte: 338 (177)
  • Sheridan: 2,227 (519)
  • Sublette: 527 (106)
  • Sweetwater: 3,136 (126)
  • Teton: 2,530 (75)
  • Uinta: 1,499 (307)
  • Washakie: 663 (177)
  • Weston: 517 (85)

These numbers include the cases that have recovered. As of 3 p.m. Friday, 39,860 lab-confirmed patients have recovered statewide. Of the tested and probable cases in Sheridan County, 2,639 have recovered.

The above information may not be representative of the number of COVID-19 cases, due to testing availability. 

The Press will publish the latest information from WDH daily around 3 p.m.

 

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