Wyoming’s COVID-19 totals: 230 cases, 73 probable, 94 recovered

Wyoming News April 8, 2020

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Wyoming’s COVID-19 totals: 230 cases, 73 probable, 94 recovered

As of April 8th, at 3 p.m., Wyoming’s total number of laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases has now reached 230. The state will now begin to report probable case numbers moving forward. There are currently 73 probable (but not yet confirmed) cases of COVID-19 in the state. Over 4,100 tests for the virus have been conducted by state, federal and commercial labs.

The state has reported no deaths related to COVID-19 in Wyoming. There have been 94 cases reported recovered.

You can take a look at the cases by county below. Numbers in parentheses ( ) are probable (not yet confirmed) cases:

Albany: 4 (not reported)
Campbell: 9 (5)
Carbon: 4 (not reported)
Converse: 4 (5)
Crook: 3 (2)
Fremont: 38 (7)
Goshen: 3 (1)
Johnson: 8 (2)
Laramie: 53 (16)
Lincoln: 4 (4)
Natrona: 27 (7)
Park: 1 (not reported)
Sheridan: 12 (3)
Sublette: 1 (1)
Sweetwater: 6 (3)
Teton: 45 (14)
Uinta: 3 (not reported)
Washakie: 5 (3)

For more on how you can help keep your family and community healthier, visit covid19.wyo.gov or cdc.gov.

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