Three more COVID-19 cases reported in Wyoming bringing total to 87


ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING (March 30, 2020) —  Three more cases of coronavirus COVID-19 were reported on Sunday by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) bringing the state’s total to 87.

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Two of the new reported cases were in Fremont County, bringing that counties total to 23. The other was in Natrona County whose total now stands at nine. Sweetwater County continues to report just a single case.

The WHD is currently reporting 20 cases have recovered with no deaths from coronavirus COVID-19. Nearly 60% of Wyoming’s cases are women with 50% of all cases falling into the 50 to 69 year old age group.

Here is the latest breakdown of coronavirus COVID-19 in the state by county: Albany (1), Campbell (1), Carbon (3), Converse (1), Fremont (23), Goshen (1), Johnson (5), Laramie (19), Natrona (9), Park (1), Sheridan (6), Sublette (1), Sweetwater (1), Teton (14), and Washakie (1).

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Cases tested in the state now total 1,641 with 1,204 tests completed at the Wyoming Department of Health Laboratory. Commercial labs account for 436 completed tests and one from the CDC lab.