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Coronavirus In Wyoming: Resources & News

Alissa Eckert, MS, Dan Higgins, MAMS

Coronavirus In Wyoming: Resources & News

Wyoming Public Media is here to keep you current on the news surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
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Updated 6/11/21

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) reported 102 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Friday, 46 of which were in Laramie County. There are 38 self-reported hospitalizations throughout the state. Currently, there are 533 active cases in Wyoming and the state’s total COVID-19 case count is 61,114.

Five new deaths were confirmed on Tuesday, which now brings the state's death toll to 725. Four of them were hospitalized, and three of them had underlying health conditions known to put others at higher risk of severe illness.

Close to 60,000 people have recovered from the virus since March 2020. More than 31 percent of Wyoming’s population has been fully vaccinated.

(Commercial labs are required to report positive test results to WDH; negative results are not reported consistently.)

Wyoming's Vaccine Plan


With federal authorization of the first vaccines meant to help prevent COVID-19, Wyoming is now administering the COVID-19 vaccine. On March 31, Governor Gordon announced that all Wyoming residents ages 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Additional information on how to get vaccinated in each county is available from the Wyoming Department of Health and by calling 1-800-438-5795.

Each local county health department is in charge of the vaccine roll out for their communities. This means counties are moving at different speeds down the priority groups. To find more information about where your county is at with the vaccine roll out, go to your counties public health department's website.

​State Orders -- Updated March 16th, 2021

Starting March 16th, the statewide mask mandate (Public Health Order #4) and all restrictions on restaurants, bars, theatres and gyms (Public Health Order #1) were lifted. The face covering protocol for K-12 schools will however remain in place.

Limitations on personal gatherings and restrictions on outdoor events (Public Health Order #2) have been removed. However, for large indoor events for more than 500 people, may only be held at 50 percent of venue capacity with certain face mask protocols.

Wyoming Public Media would like to thank and recognize all health care workers, doctors, nurses caregivers, grocery store workers, truck drivers, and delivery workers during the global pandemic.

We also want to hear from you on how your community is responding. Tell us what you're seeing, hearing and experiencing on social media, use the hashtag #COVID19WY.

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