As of Friday, Jan. 22, the number of laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases seen since the disease was first diagnosed in the state in mid-March stood at 43,151, an increase of 110 cases over yesterday’s 43,041. There was also an additional 7,432 probable cases.
The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 1,254, down 197 from yesterday.
Washakie County had 3 new cases reported today bringing the total to 676 cases. Active cases decreased by 2 down to 11.
There were 21 deaths reported today, 4 in Big Horn County, and 1 in each of Hot Springs, Park and Washakie Counties. See accompanying story on our website for more information.
1/22/21 (Weekday updates at 3 p.m. Weekend/holiday updates at 9 a.m.)
Cumulative Cases by County
Albany: 3,359 (356)
Big Horn: 786 (154)
Campbell: 4,094 (453)
Carbon: 1,048 (85)
Converse: 527 (365)
Crook: 374 (33)
Fremont: 3,737 (607)
Goshen: 1,010 (91)
Hot Springs: 258 (88)
Johnson: 372 (237)
Laramie: 6,721 (1,164)
Lincoln: 936 (151)
Natrona: 5,539 (1,778)
Niobrara: 63 (83)
Park: 2,359 (148)
Platte: 346 (194)
Sheridan: 2,288 (536)
Sublette: 518 (122)
Sweetwater: 3,251 (133)
Teton: 2,796 (74)
Uinta: 1,575 (312)
Washakie: 676 (177)
Weston: 518 (91)
(First number is lab-confirmed cases; second is probable cases. Probable cases had positive antigen tests or are close contacts of lab-confirmed cases with COVID-19 symptoms).
There have been 41,326 recoveries in lab-confirmed cases and 6,990 probable cases.
The state’s mask mandate runs through February 14.
As of Friday, there are no COVID-19 patients hospitalized at Washakie Medical Center. According to the WDH there is 1 COVID patients at Powell Valley Healthcare, 4 at Cody Regional, no patients in Hot Springs, none at South Big Horn County Hospital and none at North Big Horn Hospital.
The governor implemented new orders as of Jan. 9, these orders were modified to allow for restaurants and bars to stay open until 5 a.m. again. They are in effect through Jan. 25. They can be found at wyodaily.com under the COVID-19 tab.
Learn more about coronavirus disease 2019 from the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
(CDC information includes prevention strategies, case counts, frequently asked questions and answers, travel guidance.)
If you are sick, please contact your healthcare provider. Wyoming residents with general questions about COVID-19 may send an email to [email protected]
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