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No Word on Natrona County Mask Order Yet, But Here’s What They Look Like Elsewhere in Wyom…
But other county health officers in Wyoming have signed off on mask orders.
Affidavit: Casper Man Arrested After Huffing Spray Paint, ‘Dancing’ in Strangers’ Yard
When the first officer on the scene arrived, Peralta took a fighting stance, so the officer drew his handgun.
Wyoming Health Officer Approves Natrona County Mask Order
In an email, WDH spokeswoman Kim Deti said state health officer Dr. Alexia Harrist approved the order.
If You’re Planning to Take the Bus in Casper, Plan to Wear a Mask
The requirement comes after Natrona County implemented a mask mandate for county buildings.
WATCH: Wyoming Wind Topples Tractor-Trailers [LANGUAGE WARNING]
Much of the area was under a high wind warning through the weekend.
Wyoming Governor Proposes $500M in Budget Cuts
The announcement came minutes before Gordon is scheduled to address reporters at 4 p.m. Monday afternoon.
It Took Wyoming 7 Months to Reach 10K Virus Cases — Three Weeks Later, State Nears 20K
Wyoming reported its first case on March 11.
WATCH: Natrona County Health Officer Says Ignoring Science ‘Not in My DNA’
But for Dowell — an infectious specialist — it would be wrong to ignore his training and not call for a mask mandate, he said.
Natrona County School District Implements Mask Policy for Visitors
Face-coverings will be required regardless of social distancing or when sitting with immediate family.
Natrona County Library Now Requires Facemasks
Currently, the library requires patrons to sanitize their hands upon entering the building.