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CHEYENNE – About 250 people demonstrated in front of the Wyoming State Capitol Monday afternoon to protest a statewide mask mandate and other COVID-19 related restrictions.

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POWELL (WNE) — Twin brothers who were found deceased at their Cody home late last month died from complications due to COVID-19, said Park County Coroner Tim Power. 

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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 …

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As the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine began arriving in five communities around Wyoming last week, health officials in Johnson County were refining the details of the county’s vaccine plan. 

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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 …

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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. 

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With shipments of the first FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine arriving in all 50 states this week, Wyoming officials are ironing out the details of what rollout will look like here.

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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…

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The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming fell again Monday, marking the fourth time in five days the number of people sick with laboratory-confirmed or probable cases declined.

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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.

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SHERIDAN — For a healthy person under stress, for someone coping with the fallout from a worldwide pandemic and its impacts on day-to-day life, there is room for tears.

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CASPER — Natrona, Sweetwater, Sheridan, Park, Lincoln, Goshen, Sublette and Hot Springs counties all have pending requests to enact local mask orders, the Wyoming Department of Health confirmed Monday.

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Another 17 Wyoming residents have died due to the coronavirus, the state Health Department confirmed on Saturday, bringing the number of COVID-19 deaths in the state to 143.  

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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.

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CASPER – The University of Wyoming announced Wednesday it will move all classes online beginning Monday, amid soaring COVID-19 cases on campus and within the community at large. 

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Another 12 Wyoming residents have died after being infected with the coronavirus, the state Department of Health announced Wednesday, bringing the number of deaths linked to virus among state residents to 105.

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CASPER — It took four months for Wyoming to record 2,000 cases of coronavirus. The state identified more than that in just the past week, Wyoming Department of Health figures show.

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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.