July 20, 2021
The following information is from the Wyoming Department of Health as of 3 p.m., Tuesday, July 20, 2021.
New cases of COVID-19 in Sweetwater County since the last report: 10
Number of new cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming since the last report: 79
The number of lab-confirmed active cases of COVID-19 in Sweetwater County: 32
The number of lab-confirmed active cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming: 440
The number of lab-confirmed active cases (and new cases) in neighboring counties: Carbon 13 (1), Fremont 23 (5), Sublette 12 (3), Lincoln 17 (20), and Uinta 18 (28).
First Vaccine Doses Administered Statewide (Pfizer/Moderna): 401,184
Second Vaccine Doses Administered Statewide (Pfizer/Moderna): 184,713
One-Dose Vaccine Doses Administered (J&J Janssen): 15,679
The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine has been approved for continued use. Please see the FDA & CDC Joint Press release for more information.
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Wyoming since the start of the pandemic: 53,442
Total number of COVID-19 recoveries in Wyoming: 52,342
Total number of COVID-19 related hospitalization in Wyoming: 66 as of 7/20/21
Total number of COVID-19 related hospitalization in Sweetwater County: 2 as of 7/20/21
The total number of COVID-19 cases in Wyoming per county: Albany: 4,149, Big Horn: 981, Campbell: 4,693, Carbon: 1,518, Converse: 553, Crook: 431, Fremont: 4,507, Goshen: 1,162, Hot Springs: 280, Johnson: 445, Laramie: 9,055, Lincoln: 1,259, Natrona: 6,129, Niobrara: 74, Park: 2,768, Platte: 488, Sheridan: 2,580, Sublette: 671, Sweetwater: 4,633, Teton: 3,759, Uinta: 2,020, Washakie: 733, Weston: 554.
Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention in K-12 Schools – CLICK HERE to see the new CDC Guidance for K-12.
Funeral Expenses (There is funding from FEMA for funeral cost assistance) – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
News from OSHA Guidelines:
Guidance (OSHA Guidance on mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace) – CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.
News Release (OSHA issuing an emergency temporary standard to protect health care workers from the coronavirus.) – CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.