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Governor, Health Officials: Stopping COVID Depends on Personal Responsibility
The total number of presumptive positive cases for COVID-19 statewide stood at 94 on Monday, more than triple the 26 from a week ago.
Gov. Gordon: Wyoming Restaurants Can Deliver Liquor With Food Curbside
Gov. Mark Gordon gave no further details about the executive order.
Sewing to Stop the COVID-19: Casperites Make Face Masks
Doctors and nurses use certain designs of the masks to fit over their N95 respirator masks.
Natrona County Reports 10th New COVID Case; Wyoming Total Rises to 94
The number of counties with the presumptive positive cases is still 15.
Wyoming Hunger Initiative Offers Help in COVID-19 for Food Insecurity
Opportunities for community participation will be announced in the near future.
Wyoming Offers $300,000 to Businesses to Avert, Shorten Layoffs
Funding will be paid out by the Department of Workforce Services, as the fiscal agent.
Wyoming Schools Superintendent Orders Districts to Plan for Extended Closure
Each school district must have an Adapted Learning Plan approved by the Department of Education before April 6 to continue to receive state funding.
Wyoming Medical Center is Looking for a Few Good People Who Sew
All cloth donations will be laundered according to hospital protocol before use.
Access Limited at Medicine Bow-Routt Forest, Thunder Basin Grassland
The announcement of the new closures remain in effect until April 30 when they will be re-evaluated.
Wyoming Public Service Commission Orders Utilities to Not Shut off Service
Suppliers of electricity, natural gas and telephone services cannot discontinue service.