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301 New Virus Cases & 10 New Deaths Reported in Wyoming
As of Thursday afternoon, 7,037 Wyomingites have recovered.
Data: Wyoming 5th in New COVID-19 Cases, Last in Mask Usage
More than 2,100 new cases have been reported in the Cowboy State over the last week, according to the CDC.
White House COVID Response Coordinator Visits Riverton, Says Face Masks Aren’t Political
After meeting with Governor Mark Gordon and Wind River Reservation tribal leaders, Brix fielded questions from reporters.
Seven More COVID-19 Cases Among Natrona County School Staff & Students
Natrona County School District officials say students who are directed to quarantine will be provided remote learning and instruction.
No Trick-or-Treating at Casper City Buildings This Year
City Manager Carter Napier said city staff are disappointed
Casper Municipal Golf Course to Close for Season
According to a city news release, walk-on play will be allowed at the Park and Highlands courses. Temporary flags will be placed.
Confirmed Virus Cases Pass 10,000 Mark in Wyoming
Additionally, according to the Wyoming Department of Health, 1,771 probable cases have been reported.
Wyoming Reported 2,166 New Virus Cases in One Week
At the most recent update, Wyoming reported 387 new virus cases. Forty-seven of those were in Natrona County.
7 NCSD Students, Staff Positive for Virus; 116 in Quarantine
As of Friday, the Casper-Natrona County Health Department has directed 101 students and 15 staff members to quarantine.
Wyoming Reports 387 New Virus Cases as State Closes in on 10,000
Statewide, 9,783 Wyomingites have been confirmed to have the coronavirus since the pandemic began.
Several Wyoming Towns Saw Record Low Temps Sunday — Many by A Lot
Several communities throughout the Cowboy State saw record low temperatures for October 25 on Sunday as a winter storm moved across the region.
Casper Firefighters Carry Building Occupant Out During Attic Fire
Property damage was minimal and there were no reported injuries.