COVID-19 pandemic in Wyoming

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COVID-19 pandemic in Wyoming
COVID-19 rolling 14day Prevalence in Wyoming by county.svg
Map of the outbreak in Wyoming by confirmed new infections per 100,000 people over 14 days (last updated March 2021)
  1,000+
  500–1,000
  200–500
  100–200
  50–100
  20–50
  10–20
  0–10
  No confirmed new cases or no/bad data
COVID-19 Prevalence in Wyoming by county.svg
Map of the outbreak in Wyoming by confirmed total infections per 100,000 people (last updated March 2021)
  10,000+
  3,000–10,000
  1,000–3,000
  300–1,000
  100–300
  30–100
  0–30
  No confirmed infected or no data
Disease COVID-19
Virus strain SARS-CoV-2
Location Wyoming, U.S.
First outbreak California, U.S.
Index case Sheridan County
Arrival dateMarch 11, 2020
Confirmed cases88,870 [1]
Suspected cases23,329 [1]
Recovered109,406 [1]
Deaths
1,428 [1]
Government website
covid19.wyo.gov
Suspected cases have not been confirmed by laboratory tests as being due to this strain, although some other strains may have been ruled out.

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the U.S. state of Wyoming in March 2020. On April 13, 2020, Wyoming became the last state in the U.S. to report its first death from COVID-19. [2]

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Timeline

COVID-19 cases in Wyoming, United States  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
2020202020212021
MarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
JanJanFebFebMarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
Last 15 daysLast 15 days
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-121(n.a.)
2020-03-132(+100%)
2020-03-142
2020-03-15
3(+50%)
2020-03-16
3
2020-03-17
11(+267%)
2020-03-18
16(+45%)
2020-03-19
18(+12%)
2020-03-20
20(+11%)
2020-03-21
23(+15%)
2020-03-22
26(+13%)
2020-03-23
27(+3.8%)
2020-03-24
30(+11%)
2020-03-25
44(+47%)
2020-03-26
54(+23%)
2020-03-27
73(+35%)
2020-03-28
84(+15%)
2020-03-29
87(+3.6%)
2020-03-30
96(+10%)
2020-03-31
109(+14%)
2020-04-01
137(+26%)
2020-04-02
153(+12%)
2020-04-03
165(+7.8%)
2020-04-04
187(+13%)
2020-04-05
201(+7.5%)
2020-04-06
210(+4.5%)
2020-04-07
220(+4.8%)
2020-04-08
230(+4.5%)
2020-04-09
320(+39%)
2020-04-10
340(+6.2%)
2020-04-11
343(+0.88%)
2020-04-12
364(+6.1%)
2020-04-13
369(+1.4%)1(n.a.)
2020-04-14
383(+3.8%)1
2020-04-15
393(+2.6%)2(+1)
2020-04-16
401(+2%)2
2020-04-17
412(+2.7%)2
2020-04-18
416(+0.97%)2
2020-04-19
426(+2.4%)2
2020-04-20
428(+0.47%)2
2020-04-21
441(+3%)6(+4)
2020-04-22
447(+1.4%)6
2020-04-23
453(+1.3%)7(+1)
2020-04-24
473(+4.4%)7
2020-04-25
491(+3.8%)7
2020-04-26
502(+2.2%)7
2020-04-27
520(+3.6%)7
2020-04-28
527(+1.3%)7
2020-04-29
544(+3.2%)7
2020-04-30
559(+2.8%)7
2020-05-01
566(+1.3%)7
2020-05-02
579(+2.3%)7
2020-05-03
586(+1.2%)7
2020-05-04
596(+1.7%)7
2020-05-05
604(+1.3%)7
2020-05-06
631(+4.5%)7
2020-05-07
635(+0.63%)7
2020-05-08
644(+1.4%)7
2020-05-09
653(+1.4%)7
2020-05-10
662(+1.4%)7
2020-05-11
669(+1.1%)7
2020-05-12
675(+0.9%)7
2020-05-13
688(+1.9%)7
2020-05-14
701(+1.9%)7
2020-05-15
720(+2.7%)7
2020-05-16
741(+2.9%)7
2020-05-17
754(+1.8%)8(+1)
2020-05-18
766(+1.6%)10(+2)
2020-05-19
776(+1.3%)10
2020-05-20
787(+1.4%)11(+1)
2020-05-21
801(+1.8%)12(+1)
2020-05-22
803(+0.25%)12
2020-05-23
813(+1.2%)12
2020-05-24
838(+3.1%)12
2020-05-25
843(+0.6%)12
2020-05-26
850(+0.83%)13(+1)
2020-05-27
860(+1.2%)14(+1)
2020-05-28
876(+1.9%)15(+1)
2020-05-29
891(+1.7%)15
2020-05-30
898(+0.79%)16(+1)
2020-05-31
89816
2020-06-01
910(+1.3%)17(+1)
2020-06-02
912(+0.22%)17
2020-06-03
921(+0.99%)17
2020-06-04
92117
2020-06-05
933(+1.3%)17
2020-06-06
939(+0.64%)17
2020-06-07
947(+0.85%)17
2020-06-08
960(+1.4%)17
2020-06-09
970(+1%)17
2020-06-10
980(+1%)18(+1)
2020-06-11
1,009(+3%)18
2020-06-12
1,027(+1.8%)18
2020-06-13
1,050(+2.2%)18
2020-06-14
1,060(+0.95%)18
2020-06-15
1,079(+1.8%)18
2020-06-16
1,089(+0.93%)18
2020-06-17
1,114(+2.3%)18
2020-06-18
1,144(+2.7%)18
2020-06-19
1,173(+2.5%)20(+2)
2020-06-20
1,179(+0.51%)20
2020-06-21
1,197(+1.5%)20
2020-06-22
1,230(+2.8%)20
2020-06-23
1,254(+2%)20
2020-06-24
1,282(+2.2%)20
2020-06-25
1,326(+3.4%)20
2020-06-26
1,368(+3.2%)20
2020-06-27
1,392(+1.8%)20
2020-06-28
1,417(+1.8%)20
2020-06-29
1,450(+2.3%)20
2020-06-30
1,487(+2.6%)20
2020-07-01
1,514(+1.8%)20
2020-07-02
1,550(+2.4%)20
2020-07-03
1,582(+2.1%)20
2020-07-04
1,606(+1.5%)20
2020-07-05
1,634(+1.7%)20
2020-07-06
1,675(+2.5%)20
2020-07-07
1,711(+2.1%)21(+1)
2020-07-08
1,740(+1.7%)21
2020-07-09
1,774(+2%)21
2020-07-10
1,790(+0.9%)21
2020-07-11
1,839(+2.7%)21
2020-07-12
1,862(+1.3%)21
2020-07-13
1,903(+2.2%)21
2020-07-14
1,951(+2.5%)22(+1)
2020-07-15
1,985(+1.7%)22
2020-07-16
2,026(+2.1%)24(+2)
2020-07-17
2,069(+2.1%)24
2020-07-18
2,108(+1.9%)24
2020-07-19
2,126(+0.85%)24
2020-07-20
2,187(+2.9%)24
2020-07-21
2,238(+2.3%)25(+1)
2020-07-22
2,288(+2.2%)25
2020-07-23
2,347(+2.6%)25
2020-07-24
2,405(+2.5%)25
2020-07-25
2,446(+1.7%)25
2020-07-26
2,475(+1.2%)25
2020-07-27
2,520(+1.8%)25
2020-07-28
2,589(+2.7%)26(+1)
2020-07-29
2,628(+1.5%)26
2020-07-30
2,686(+2.2%)26
2020-07-31
2,726(+1.5%)26
2020-08-01
2,769(+1.6%)26
2020-08-02
2,808(+1.4%)26
2020-08-03
2,848(+1.4%)27(+1)
2020-08-04
2,884(+1.3%)27
2020-08-05
2,923(+1.4%)27
2020-08-06
2,958(+1.2%)27
2020-08-07
3,000(+1.4%)28(+1)
2020-08-08
3,013(+0.43%)28
2020-08-09
3,050(+1.2%)28
2020-08-10
3,042(−0.26%)28
2020-08-11
3,073(+1%)29(+1)
2020-08-12
3,086(+0.42%)29
2020-08-13
3,119(+1.1%)29
2020-08-14
3,183(+2.1%)30(+1)
2020-08-15
3,227(+1.4%)30
2020-08-16
3,286(+1.8%)30
2020-08-17
3,331(+1.4%)33(+3)
2020-08-18
3,360(+0.87%)34(+1)
2020-08-19
3,430(+2.1%)34
2020-08-20
3,468(+1.1%)34
2020-08-21
3,524(+1.6%)37(+3)
2020-08-22
3,543(+0.54%)37
2020-08-23
3,579(+1%)37
2020-08-24
3,603(+0.67%)37
2020-08-25
3,634(+0.86%)37
2020-08-26
3,684(+1.4%)37
2020-08-27
3,722(+1%)37
2020-08-28
3,763(+1.1%)37
2020-08-29
3,784(+0.56%)37
2020-08-30
3,820(+0.95%)37
2020-08-31
3,842(+0.58%)37
2020-09-01
3,866(+0.62%)41(+4)
2020-09-02
3,911(+1.2%)41
2020-09-03
3,939(+0.72%)41
2020-09-04
3,989(+1.3%)42(+1)
2020-09-05
4,006(+0.43%)42
2020-09-06
4,032(+0.65%)42
2020-09-07
4,056(+0.6%)42
2020-09-08
4,103(+1.2%)42
2020-09-09
4,151(+1.2%)42
2020-09-10
4,199(+1.2%)42
2020-09-11
4,264(+1.5%)42
2020-09-12
4,297(+0.77%)42
2020-09-13
4,346(+1.1%)42
2020-09-14
4,392(+1.1%)46(+4)
2020-09-15
4,438(+1%)46
2020-09-16
4,566(+2.9%)46
2020-09-17
4,652(+1.9%)49(+3)
2020-09-18
4,747(+2%)49
2020-09-19
4,780(+0.7%)49
2020-09-20
4,871(+1.9%)49
2020-09-21
4,944(+1.5%)49
2020-09-22
5,016(+1.5%)49
2020-09-23
5,169(+3.1%)50(+1)
2020-09-24
5,305(+2.6%)50
2020-09-25
5,420(+2.2%)50
2020-09-26
5,465(+0.83%)50
2020-09-27
5,633(+3.1%)50
2020-09-28
5,754(+2.1%)50
2020-09-29
5,821(+1.2%)50
2020-09-30
5,948(+2.2%)50
2020-10-01
6,083(+2.3%)53(+3)
2020-10-02
6,214(+2.2%)53
2020-10-03
6,365(+2.4%)53
2020-10-04
6,504(+2.2%)53
2020-10-05
6,629(+1.9%)53
2020-10-06
6,770(+2.1%)53
2020-10-07
6,899(+1.9%)53
2020-10-08
7,092(+2.8%)54(+1)
2020-10-09
7,335(+3.4%)54
2020-10-10
7,455(+1.6%)54
2020-10-11
7,611(+2.1%)54
2020-10-12
7,802(+2.5%)54
2020-10-13
7,964(+2.1%)57(+3)
2020-10-14
8,177(+2.7%)57
2020-10-15
8,375(+2.4%)57
2020-10-16
8,665(+3.5%)57
2020-10-17
8,816(+1.7%)57
2020-10-18
9,025(+2.4%)57
2020-10-19
9,311(+3.2%)57
2020-10-20
9,526(+2.3%)61(+4)
2020-10-21
9,848(+3.4%)61
2020-10-22
10,119(+2.8%)68(+7)
2020-10-23
10,545(+4.2%)68
2020-10-24
10,805(+2.5%)68
2020-10-25
11,041(+2.2%)68
2020-10-26
11,477(+3.9%)77(+9)
2020-10-27
11,806(+2.9%)77
2020-10-28
12,146(+2.9%)77
2020-10-29
12,507(+3%)87(+10)
2020-10-30
13,028(+4.2%)87
2020-10-31
13,298(+2.1%)87
2020-11-01
13,723(+3.2%)87
2020-11-02
14,167(+3.2%)87
2020-11-03
14,619(+3.2%)93(+6)
2020-11-04
15,044(+2.9%)105(+12)
2020-11-05
15,409(+2.4%)105
2020-11-06
16,405(+6.5%)105
2020-11-07
16,597(+1.2%)105
2020-11-08
17,310(+4.3%)114(+9)
2020-11-09
18,010(+4%)114
2020-11-10
19,242(+6.8%)127(+13)
2020-11-11
19,374(+0.69%)127
2020-11-12
20,479(+5.7%)127
2020-11-13
21,341(+4.2%)127
2020-11-14
21,881(+2.5%)144(+17)
2020-11-15
22,494(+2.8%)144
2020-11-16
23,193(+3.1%)144
2020-11-17
24,453(+5.4%)155(+11)
2020-11-18
25,275(+3.4%)155
2020-11-19
26,169(+3.5%)176(+21)
2020-11-20
27,129(+3.7%)176
2020-11-21
27,410(+1%)176
2020-11-22
28,169(+2.8%)176
2020-11-23
29,431(+4.5%)202(+26)
2020-11-24
29,959(+1.8%)202
2020-11-25
30,761(+2.7%)215(+13)
2020-11-26
30,761215
2020-11-27
31,773(+3.3%)215
2020-11-28
31,929(+0.49%)215
2020-11-29
32,489(+1.8%)215
2020-11-30
33,305(+2.5%)215
2020-12-01
33,805(+1.5%)230(+15)
2020-12-02
34,507(+2.1%)230
2020-12-03
35,078(+1.7%)257(+27)
2020-12-04
35,737(+1.9%)257
2020-12-05
35,941(+0.57%)257
2020-12-06
36,317(+1%)257
2020-12-07
36,985(+1.8%)280(+23)
2020-12-08
37,475(+1.3%)280
2020-12-09
37,885(+1.1%)299(+19)
2020-12-10
38,223(+0.89%)299
2020-12-11
38,785(+1.5%)321(+22)
2020-12-12
38,907(+0.31%)321
2020-12-13
39,360(+1.2%)321
2020-12-14
39,775(+1.1%)321
2020-12-15
40,064(+0.73%)328(+7)
2020-12-16
40,310(+0.61%)328
2020-12-17
40,593(+0.7%)351(+23)
2020-12-18
41,359(+1.9%)351
2020-12-19
41,488(+0.31%)351
2020-12-20
41,662(+0.42%)351
2020-12-21
42,118(+1.1%)351
2020-12-22
42,379(+0.62%)373(+22)
2020-12-23
42,664(+0.67%)373
2020-12-24
42,664373
2020-12-25
42,664373
2020-12-26
43,146(+1.1%)373
2020-12-27
43,200(+0.13%)373
2020-12-28
43,704(+1.2%)405(+32)
2020-12-29
43,923(+0.5%)405
2020-12-30
44,133(+0.48%)405
2020-12-31
44,409(+0.63%)438(+33)
2021-01-01
44,409438
2021-01-02
44,573(+0.37%)438
2021-01-03
44,875(+0.68%)438
2021-01-04
45,247(+0.83%)438
2021-01-05
45,569(+0.71%)464(+26)
2021-01-06
45,890(+0.7%)464
2021-01-07
46,168(+0.61%)489(+25)
2021-01-08
46,647(+1%)489
2021-01-09
46,719(+0.15%)489
2021-01-10
46,832(+0.24%)489
2021-01-11
47,395(+1.2%)489
2021-01-12
48,072(+1.4%)522(+33)
2021-01-13
48,289(+0.45%)522
2021-01-14
48,701(+0.85%)522
2021-01-15
48,909(+0.43%)522
2021-01-16
49,068(+0.33%)522
2021-01-17
49,363(+0.6%)522
2021-01-18
49,708(+0.7%)522
2021-01-19
49,922(+0.43%)550(+28)
2021-01-20
50,124(+0.4%)550
2021-01-21
50,424(+0.6%)550
2021-01-22
50,583(+0.32%)571(+21)
2021-01-23
50,583571
2021-01-24
50,898(+0.62%)571
2021-01-25
51,062(+0.32%)571
2021-01-26
51,152(+0.18%)596(+25)
2021-01-27
51,368(+0.42%)596
2021-01-28
51,430(+0.12%)596
2021-01-29
51,690(+0.51%)596
2021-01-30
51,704(+0.03%)596
2021-01-31
51,912(+0.4%)596
2021-02-01
52,057(+0.28%)596
2021-02-02
52,128(+0.14%)624(+28)
2021-02-03
52,288(+0.31%)624
2021-02-04
52,468(+0.34%)624
2021-02-05
52,576(+0.21%)624
2021-02-06
52,618(+0.08%)624
2021-02-07
52,627(+0.02%)624
2021-02-08
52,784(+0.3%)624
2021-02-09
52,830(+0.09%)647(+23)
2021-02-10
52,874(+0.08%)647
2021-02-11
52,979(+0.2%)647
2021-02-12
53,086(+0.2%)647
2021-02-13
53,086647
2021-02-14
53,136(+0.09%)647
2021-02-15
53,136647
2021-02-16
53,351(+0.4%)662(+15)
2021-02-17
53,450(+0.19%)662
2021-02-18
53,531(+0.15%)662
2021-02-19
53,683(+0.28%)662
2021-02-20
53,683662
2021-02-21
53,795(+0.21%)662
2021-02-22
53,900(+0.2%)662
2021-02-23
53,944(+0.08%)671(+9)
2021-02-24
53,988(+0.08%)671
2021-02-25
54,202(+0.4%)671
2021-02-26
54,350(+0.27%)671
2021-02-27
54,350671
2021-02-28
54,394(+0.08%)671
2021-03-01
54,471(+0.14%)671
2021-03-02
54,527(+0.1%)682(+11)
2021-03-03
54,616(+0.16%)682
2021-03-04
54,685(+0.13%)682
2021-03-05
54,764(+0.14%)682
2021-03-08
54,903(n.a.)682
2021-03-09
54,972(+0.13%)691(+9)
2021-03-10
55,014(+0.08%)691
2021-03-11
55,112(+0.18%)691
2021-03-12
55,163(+0.09%)691
2021-03-15
55,327(n.a.)691
2021-03-16
55,352(+0.05%)693(+2)
2021-03-17
55,449(+0.18%)693
2021-03-18
55,479(+0.05%)693
2021-03-19
55,581(+0.18%)693
2021-03-22
55,730(n.a.)693
2021-03-23
55,799(+0.12%)695(+2)
2021-03-24
55,887(+0.16%)695
2021-03-25
55,920(+0.06%)695
2021-03-26
56,046(+0.23%)695
2021-03-29
56,190(n.a.)695
2021-03-30
56,236(+0.08%)695
2021-03-31
56,310(+0.13%)700(+5)
2021-04-01
56,389(+0.14%)700
2021-04-02
56,447(+0.1%)700
2021-04-05
56,529(n.a.)700
2021-04-06
56,619(+0.16%)701(+1)
2021-04-07
56,700(+0.14%)701
2021-04-08
56,802(+0.18%)701
2021-04-09
56,873(+0.12%)701
2021-04-12
56,988(n.a.)701
2021-04-13
57,070(+0.14%)703(+2)
2021-04-14
57,127(+0.1%)703
2021-04-15
57,203(+0.13%)703
2021-04-16
57,267(+0.11%)703
2021-04-19
57,378(n.a.)703
2021-04-20
57,456(+0.14%)705(+2)
2021-04-21
57,518(+0.11%)705
2021-04-22
57,613(+0.17%)705
2021-04-23
57,696(+0.14%)705
2021-04-26
57,818(n.a.)705
2021-04-27
57,883(+0.11%)707(+2)
2021-04-28
57,999(+0.2%)707
2021-04-29
58,069(+0.12%)707
2021-04-30
58,142(+0.13%)707
2021-05-03
58,290(n.a.)707
2021-05-04
58,367(+0.13%)710(+3)
2021-05-05
58,438(+0.12%)710
2021-05-06
58,527(+0.15%)710
2021-05-07
58,623(+0.16%)710
2021-05-10
58,764(n.a.)710
2021-05-11
58,835(+0.12%)712(+2)
2021-05-12
58,893(+0.1%)712
2021-05-13
58,996(+0.17%)712
2021-05-14
59,079(+0.14%)712
2021-05-17
59,222(n.a.)712
2021-05-18
59,319(+0.16%)713(+1)
2021-05-19
59,376(+0.1%)713
2021-05-20
59,590(+0.36%)713
2021-05-21
59,660(+0.12%)713
2021-05-24
59,797(n.a.)713
2021-05-25
59,870(+0.12%)719(+6)
2021-05-26
59,961(+0.15%)719
2021-05-27
60,048(+0.15%)719
2021-05-28
60,144(+0.16%)719
2021-06-01
60,364(n.a.)720(n.a.)
2021-06-02
60,433(+0.11%)720
2021-06-03
60,543(+0.18%)720
2021-06-04
60,623(+0.13%)720
2021-06-07
60,773(n.a.)720
2021-06-08
60,844(+0.12%)725(+5)
2021-06-09
60,941(+0.16%)725
2021-06-10
61,012(+0.12%)725
2021-06-11
61,114(+0.17%)725
2021-06-14
61,234(n.a.)725
2021-06-15
61,303(+0.11%)734(+9)
2021-06-16
61,359(+0.09%)734
2021-06-17
61,425(+0.11%)734
2021-06-18
61,490(+0.11%)734
2021-06-21
61,630(n.a.)734
2021-06-22
61,704(+0.12%)734
2021-06-23
61,776(+0.12%)740(+6)
2021-06-24
61,847(+0.11%)740
2021-06-25
61,951(+0.17%)740
2021-06-28
62,099(n.a.)740
2021-06-29
62,195(+0.15%)747(+7)
2021-06-30
62,290(+0.15%)747
2021-07-01
62,353(+0.1%)747
2021-07-02
62,445(+0.15%)747
2021-07-06
62,642(n.a.)751(n.a.)
2021-07-07
62,737(+0.15%)751
2021-07-08
62,865(+0.2%)751
2021-07-09
62,966(+0.16%)751
2021-07-12
63,138(n.a.)751
2021-07-13
63,235(+0.15%)760(+9)
2021-07-14
63,331(+0.15%)760
2021-07-15
63,455(+0.2%)760
2021-07-16
63,523(+0.11%)760
2021-07-19
63,709(n.a.)760
2021-07-20
63,840(+0.21%)766(+6)
2021-07-21
63,988(+0.23%)766
2021-07-22
64,141(+0.24%)766
2021-07-23
64,251(+0.17%)766
2021-07-26
64,451(n.a.)766
2021-07-27
64,623(+0.27%)776(+10)
2021-07-28
64,623776
2021-07-29
64,955(+0.51%)776
2021-07-30
65,127(+0.26%)776
2021-08-02
65,467(n.a.)776
2021-08-03
65,704(+0.36%)786(+10)
2021-08-04
65,953(+0.38%)786
2021-08-05
66,200(+0.37%)786
2021-08-06
66,453(+0.38%)786
2021-08-09
67,026(n.a.)786
2021-08-10
67,326(+0.45%)793(+7)
2021-08-11
67,582(+0.38%)793
2021-08-12
67,957(+0.55%)793
2021-08-13
68,272(+0.46%)793
2021-08-16
68,944(n.a.)793
2021-08-17
69,356(+0.6%)809(+16)
2021-08-18
69,844(+0.7%)809
2021-08-19
70,150(+0.44%)809
2021-08-20
70,671(+0.74%)809
2021-08-23
71,562(n.a.)809
2021-08-24
72,069(+0.71%)835(+26)
2021-08-25
72,528(+0.64%)835
2021-08-26
72,995(+0.64%)835
2021-08-27
73,467(+0.65%)835
2021-08-30
74,756(n.a.)835
2021-08-31
75,136(+0.51%)858(+23)
2021-09-01
76,007(+1.2%)858
2021-09-02
76,602(+0.78%)858
2021-09-03
77,206(+0.79%)858
2021-09-07
78,495(n.a.)879(n.a.)
2021-09-08
79,297(+1%)879
2021-09-09
79,830(+0.67%)879
2021-09-10
80,643(+1%)879
2021-09-13
81,825(n.a.)879
2021-09-14
82,463(+0.78%)918(+39)
2021-09-15
82,897(+0.53%)918
2021-09-16
83,643(+0.9%)918
2021-09-17
83,958(+0.38%)918
2021-09-20
85,499(n.a.)918
2021-09-21
86,052(+0.65%)955(+37)
2021-09-22
86,594(+0.63%)955
2021-09-23
87,351(+0.87%)955
2021-09-24
87,866(+0.59%)955
2021-09-27
88,935(n.a.)955
2021-09-28
89,430(+0.56%)996(+41)
2021-09-29
89,965(+0.6%)996
2021-09-30
90,602(+0.71%)996
2021-10-01
91,169(+0.63%)996
2021-10-04
91,979(n.a.)996
2021-10-05
92,517(+0.58%)1,041(+45)
2021-10-06
93,083(+0.61%)1,041
2021-10-07
93,764(+0.73%)1,041
2021-10-08
94,303(+0.57%)1,041
2021-10-11
95,137(n.a.)1,041
2021-10-12
95,620(+0.51%)1,080(+39)
2021-10-13
96,059(+0.46%)1,080
2021-10-14
96,664(+0.63%)1,080
2021-10-15
97,137(+0.49%)1,080
2021-10-18
98,165(n.a.)1,080
2021-10-19
98,567(+0.41%)1,136(+56)
2021-10-20
99,007(+0.45%)1,136
2021-10-21
99,662(+0.66%)1,149(+13)
2021-10-22
100,174(+0.51%)1,149
2021-10-25
101,083(n.a.)1,149
2021-10-26
101,424(+0.34%)1,174(+25)
2021-10-27
101,912(+0.48%)1,174
2021-10-28
102,403(+0.48%)1,174
2021-10-29
102,926(+0.51%)1,174
2021-11-01
103,622(n.a.)1,174
2021-11-02
103,989(+0.35%)1,243(+69)
2021-11-03
104,403(+0.4%)1,243
2021-11-04
104,940(+0.51%)1,243
2021-11-05
105,318(+0.36%)1,243
2021-11-08
105,990(n.a.)1,243
2021-11-09
106,287(+0.28%)1,298(+55)
2021-11-10
106,698(+0.39%)1,298
2021-11-11
106,6981,298
2021-11-12
107,483(+0.74%)1,298
2021-11-15
108,103(n.a.)1,298
2021-11-16
108,413(+0.29%)1,347(+49)
2021-11-17
108,658(+0.23%)1,347
2021-11-18
109,083(+0.39%)1,347
2021-11-19
109,318(+0.22%)1,347
2021-11-22
109,802(n.a.)1,347
2021-11-23
110,051(+0.23%)1,347
2021-11-24
110,264(+0.19%)1,347
2021-11-29
110,824(n.a.)1,347
2021-11-30
111,089(+0.24%)1,428(+81)
2021-12-01
111,275(+0.17%)1,428
2021-12-02
111,560(+0.26%)1,428
2021-12-03
111,812(+0.23%)1,428
2021-12-06
112,199(n.a.)1,428
Cases: Cumulative count of confirmed (PCR) & probable cases residing in Wyoming.

Sources: health.wyo.gov. health.wyo.gov historical.

2020

March

April

  • April 17: The Democratic Party of Wyoming announced they would conduct their caucus through the mail. [7]
  • April 20: Approximately 100 protesters confronted Governor Gordon in Cheyenne, calling for the state to be reopened. [8]

May

  • May 4: Working groups announced to plan the reopening of the University of Wyoming campus. [9]
  • May 13: A new statewide order was issued, allowing K-12 schools to have in-person instruction. [10]
  • May 14: 688 new cases are confirmed with 7 deaths. [11] [12] The University of Wyoming announced the school was moving towards on-campus instruction for the fall semester. [13] It requested $46 million of federal stimulus money to assist with the re-opening on campus. [14]
  • May 15: Restaurants and bars reopened with employees required to wear face coverings. [11]
  • May 18: Yellowstone National Park reopened to tourism. [15] The East entrance in Wyoming opened while the West entrance in Montana remained closed. [6] Cars lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. to enter the park. [16] In addition, two more deaths were reported that day. [17]
  • May 19: Four nurses at the Wyoming Medical Center, the largest hospital in the state, tested positive for COVID-19. [18] Although health officers warned of an increase in cases, there were no new state restrictions announced [19]
  • May 20: A child care center in Casper closed after one child tested positive for COVID-19. [20]
  • May 26: Wyoming health workers announced they were concerned to see there was a 42% drop in immunizations in the state throughout the month of April. [21]
  • May 27: A major rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days, was canceled for the first time since 1897. [22]

June

  • Throughout the month of June, the Alzheimer Association offered free webinars on COVID-19 and caregiving. [23]
  • June 8: 17 deaths have been reported. [24]

July

August

  • August 26: Nine people who tested positive reported attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. [27]

October

  • October 26: By late October, with 3300 cases statewide, up from 500 in July, Wyoming had one of the highest infection rates per capita in the United States. [28] An epidemiologist with the Wyoming Department of Health said "cases are growing far too quickly". [29] Casper mayor Steve Freel said the city would not make wearing masks mandatory. [30]

December

  • Igor Shepherd, a state health official, resigns after the Casper Star-Tribune reveals that Shepherd referred to the "so-called pandemic" and said it was a Russian-Chinese plot to spread communism. Wyoming has reported 37,000 cases and 200 deaths, and a statewide mask mandate began on December 7. [31]

2021

February

  • February 25: All restrictions on personal care businesses, such as in nail salons, barber shops, massage parlors, and others imposed by public health orders will be lifted.

March

  • March 8: A COVID-19 strain from South Africa, named the Beta variant, is found in Teton County, Wyoming. [32] On the same day, Governor Gordon also announced that the state would be fully reopened on March 16, ending the mask mandate. [33]

June

  • As Wyoming was one of five U.S. states with less than 35% of its population vaccinated, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, predicted the state was at risk for outbreaks of the Delta variant. [34]

Governor's Task Force and Wyoming Hunger Initiative

On March 17, 2020, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon "announced the creation of five task forces designed to tackle the effects of the spreading coronavirus", and condemned hoarding in the state. [35]

First Lady Jennie Gordon spearheaded the Wyoming Hunger Initiative to give much needed resources to nonprofits throughout the state. In May 2020 $40,000 was contributed to this fund to organizations such as the Wyoming Food Bank as well as to mobile food banks throughout the state. [36]

Impact on the Wyoming business community

Industries have had varying responses, with energy companies in the state trying to balance safety with continued productivity by imposing quarantine and travel restrictions. [37] In April and May 2020 the Wyoming Business Council hosted a series of webinars for business owners to help them transition to re-opening their businesses. [38]

On May 27, 2020, it was reported that the state of Wyoming would lose $1.5 billion in revenue due to COVID-19. [39] Since Wyoming is one of seven states with no income tax multiple proposals were shared to address this revenue shortage such as spending cuts. [39]

Impact on colleges

As a result of COVID-19, the University of Wyoming decided to offer their courses for the summer of 2020 online. [40] In mid-May the University announced they were working towards re-opening the campus for the fall 2020 semester. [41] Community colleges announced a variety of closures, including a move to distance learning at Casper College, Central Wyoming College and Northwest College. [42]

Eastern Wyoming College was granted approval from Goshen County Public Health to re-open on May 18. [43] Employees from this university worked 50% remotely and 50% on campus. [43]

Impact on Northern Arapaho tribe

It was announced on April 21, 2020 that four members of the Northern Arapaho tribe had died from COVID-19. [44] All four had lived in Fremont County. [44] Tribe Chairman Lee Spoonhunter was quoted as saying, "These tribal members were our family members who were dearly loved." [45] Advocacy groups raised concerns COVID-19 could be having a disproportionate impact on Native American tribes as a result of higher rates of preexisting conditions such as diabetes. [46] Some tribal members noted the crisis has also given community members the opportunity to share more oral stories. [46] Similar to the national trend throughout the United States, people of color in the state of Wyoming were disproportionally impacted by COVID-19. [47] As of May 18, 2020, 2.7 percent of COVID-19 cases were American Indian/Alaska Native. [47] Six tribe members had died of COVID-19 as of May 20. [48] Representative Andi Clifford, a citizen of the Northern Arapaho tribe, made an announcement about the 6th death on Facebook. [48]

COVID-19 also had a major impact on the economy of the Northern Arapaho tribe as the casino on the Wind River Indian Reservation was converted into a location for quarantine run by Dr. Paul Ebbert. [49] [50]

Impact on sports

In college sports, the National Collegiate Athletic Association cancelled all winter and spring tournaments, most notably the Division I men's and women's basketball tournaments, affecting colleges and universities statewide. [51] On March 16, the National Junior College Athletic Association also canceled the remainder of the winter seasons as well as the spring seasons. [52] High school sports were also cancelled. [4] The 3A / 4A high school tournament played 2 games with no fans and then cancelled the tournament before most teams even played. Student athletes at the University of Wyoming were scheduled to return to the Laramie campus on June 1, 2020. [14] A two-week quarantine is required. [14]

COVID-19 in Yellowstone

The National Park Service has issued regular updates to closures in Yellowstone National Park based on CDC guidance. [53] The Thermus aquaticus bacteria found in the thermal lakes in Yellowstone has been reported to be useful in testing for COVID-19. Controlling COVID-19 in Yellowstone has been logistically complicated as the national park spans three different states. [41]

Yellowstone reopened to the public with a long line of cars at the east entrance on May 18, 2020, after being closed for seven weeks. [15] Within two hours of opening 200 cars entered the park. The Wyoming entrance opened first to control the flow of tourism into the park. [16] The park did not allow lodging, food service or any tour buses, and many visitors did not wear masks. [15] [16]

Protests

Throughout April and May 2020, there were several protests in Wyoming against the government's orders closing the state. One small protest took place in April in Casper. [54]

Statistics

County [lower-alpha 1] Confirmed
Cases [lower-alpha 2]
Probable
Cases [lower-alpha 2]
Total
Cases [lower-alpha 2]
DeathsConfirmed
Recov.
Probable
Recov.
Total
Recov.
VaccinePopulation [lower-alpha 3] Confirmed
Cases / 100k
Total
Cases / 100k
23 / 2388,87023,329112,1991,42886,73522,671109,406274,741578,75915,355.319,386.1
Albany 5,8779956,872395,7989886,78623,43638,88015,115.717,674.9
Big Horn 1,7264312,157561,6704162,0863,91811,79014,639.518,295.2
Campbell 8,3889419,3291218,1819149,09514,62446,34118,100.620,131.2
Carbon 2,7973703,167442,6693553,0247,94314,80018,898.621,398.6
Converse 9121,4272,339428801,3982,2784,51813,8226,598.216,922.3
Crook 7742281,002217492209691,5917,58410,205.713,212.0
Fremont 8,0381,4679,5051517,8521,4379,28914,74739,26120,473.224,209.8
Goshen 2,3872772,664472,3352642,5994,79313,21118,068.320,165.0
Hot Springs 656233889106462318772,0814,41314,865.220,145.0
Johnson 9314331,364169104241,3343,6288,44511,024.316,151.6
Laramie 13,4544,34917,80321913,1014,16917,27050,36799,50013,521.617,892.5
Lincoln 2,4405572,997242,3975492,9467,72419,83012,304.615,113.5
Natrona 10,2386,19716,4352209,9536,06416,01739,00879,85812,820.320,580.3
Niobrara 24625249882392454849502,35610,441.421,137.5
Park 4,8586825,5401054,7226515,37315,40229,19416,640.418,976.5
Platte 1,0814681,549291,0444561,5002,9208,39312,879.818,455.9
Sheridan 4,4851,4015,886574,3761,3725,74814,93530,48514,712.219,307.9
Sublette 1,1343611,495231,1123491,4613,5699,83111,534.915,207.0
Sweetwater 7,4097538,1621017,3096978,00619,58542,34317,497.619,275.9
Teton 5,2911265,417145,2431235,36622,66823,46422,549.423,086.4
Uinta 3,5325414,073313,3955143,90910,37720,22617,462.720,137.4
Washakie 1,3145441,858361,2745401,8143,1247,80516,835.423,805.3
Weston 9022961,198148802951,1752,6216,92713,021.517,294.6
Updated December 6, 2021
Vaccinations updated November 30, 2021
Data is publicly reported by Wyoming Department of Health [55] [56] [57]
  1. County where individuals with a positive case reside. Location of diagnosis and treatment may vary.
  2. 1 2 3 Reported confirmed and probable cases. Actual case numbers are probably higher.
  3. July 2019 population estimate from "U.S. Census Bureau Quick Facts: Wyoming". United States Census Bureau . Retrieved June 8, 2020.

Hospitalizations

Source: Wyoming Department of Health [58]

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