The deaths of 25 more Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday.
On Tuesday, Johnson County Public Health officials said they would begin scheduling appointments for those over 70 years old to be vaccinated for the coronavirus.
The deaths of another 32 Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health said Monday.
NEWCASTLE (WNE) – The Weston County commissioners have approved a variance allowing bars and restaurants to remain open past 10 p.m. to be forwarded to Dr. Mike Jording, the county public health officer. The 10 p.m. closure time was included in Gov. Mark Gordon’s newest set of public health …
Personal beliefs and local politics are driving inconsistent, often contradictory responses to Wyoming’s health orders from law enforcement, local elected officials and business leaders.
he number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming fell to less than 2,000 on Monday with 740 new reports of recoveries received by the state.The Wyoming Department of Health, in its daily coronavirus update, said it had received reports of 410 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Monday, along …
When a nurse pierced emergency room worker Patrick Almond’s right arm with a syringe holding 0.3 milliliters of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Jackson on Wednesday, it marked the end of a long, cold trip for the concoction named BNT162b2.
The coronavirus has been linked to the deaths of 22 more Wyoming residents, bringing the total number of fatalities related to the illness since it surfaced in Wyoming to 321, the Department of Health announced Friday.
CASPER – Wyoming bars and restaurants that lose business because of the state’s COVID-19 measures will be able to apply for relief through a new state program, the governor’s office announced Tuesday. Gov. Mark Gordon’s announcement comes a day after the state mandated bars and restaurants c…
Another 27 Wyoming residents have died of causes related to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday.
CHEYENNE (WNE) — After announcing last week that he had tested positive for COVID-19, Gov. Mark Gordon is continuing to recover from home while working a full work schedule this week, his office said Monday.
CHEYENNE — With more than twice as many COVID-19 patients at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center this week as a month ago, the federal medical officials who arrived at the hospital last week couldn’t have done so at a better time.
JACKSON — Wyoming is on pace to see nearly 400 more fatalities in 2020 than in 2019, but a lack of consistent rules for coroners and the dearth of testing at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic make it difficult to know exactly how many of those will be from COVID-19.
The deaths of 26 more Wyoming residents have been tied to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Monday.
JACKSON – No matter what you decide to do for the holidays this year, it’s probably fair to say things might look different.
The deaths of another 21 Wyoming residents have been attributed to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday.
CASPER – Local mask mandates have been approved in 12 Wyoming counties, with requests from Washakie and Converse counties still being reviewed.
The impacts of Wyoming’s COVID-19 surge are being exacerbated by spikes in neighboring states and the concurrent strain on the region’s healthcare resources.
The deaths of 11 more Wyoming residents have been attributed to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday, including two Johnson County residents.
On Friday, local health officials sounded an ominous warning as the number of patients hospitalized with the coronavirus climbed locally and statewide.
CASPER — County health officials from throughout Wyoming have called on Gov. Mark Gordon to institute a statewide face mask order as COVID-19 infections continue to skyrocket.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Wyoming increased by 76 on Wednesday, marking the first time in more than one month that fewer than 100 new cases were reported in one day.
DOUGLAS — As COVID-19 cases in Wyoming surge and health officials cannot keep up, they now are asking infected individuals to do their own contact tracing and notifications.
Wyoming hospitals are seeing a drastic spike in COVID-19 cases and report that the main concern at this time is having adequate staffing. In response, Gov. Mark Gordon is utilizing $10 million in CARES Act funds to bring additional medical personnel to the state to alleviate the strain on ho…
The deaths of 13 more Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, bringing the state’s death toll from the illness to 127.
Nearly 1,000 new laboratory-confirmed and probable coronavirus cases were reported around the state Friday — more than any other single day since the pandemic began in March.
The deaths of nine more Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Saturday.
The number of Wyoming residents to die after being infected with coronavirus grew to 93 on Tuesday as the state Department of Health announced six more deaths.
LARAMIE — An Albany County resident tested positive for COVID-19 this week — roughly six months since first being tested positive in March. The reinfection was detected by testing performed at Stitches Acute Care Center, and calls into question long-held hopes for herd immunity.
The deaths of 10 more Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday.
The deaths of nine more Wyoming residents, including five residents of a Big Horn County long-term care facility, have been attributed to the coronavirus, the Department of Health announced Monday.
JACKSON — If things don’t turn around, Wyoming could have more than 150 deaths from the coronavirus by February, according to a well-known model.
Seven more Wyoming residents have died as a result of the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health said Thursday.
GILLETTE – Wyoming has submitted its plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for distributing and administering a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
CHEYENNE – In Wyoming and across the United States, municipalities and counties have been forced to cut their budgets due to the economic downturn brought by the coronavirus pandemic.