This is the latest information on all coronavirus and COVID-19 news in Wyoming.
Lincoln County Attorney Won't Prosecute Face Mask Violations
So far there is no statewide face mask mandate in place in Wyoming. But 12 of the state's 23 counties have adopted such mandates.
Virus is Playing a Part in Booming Ranch Sales in U.S. West
Those who were already planning to buy ranch property in the future may also be spurred to action by the pandemic.
Laramie County Sheriff's Office Dispels Mask Enforcement Reports
The Laramie County Sheriff's Office says reports that deputies are pulling people over for not wearing face masks simply aren't true.
858 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, but No New Deaths
As reported on Friday afternoon by the Wyoming Health Department, 858 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, 158 of which occurred in Natrona County. There are no new deaths, however.
COVID Hasn't Hammered Natrona County Coroner, But Plans Are Ready
COVID is somewhat different from other infectious diseases in that it is not as dangerous after death as it is while a person is alive and breathing.
Biden Chides Trump for Lack of Cooperation on Vaccine
Biden says Trump is likely to go down as the nation’s most irresponsible president — not just for his four years in office but also for his refusal to concede the election and cooperate in the transition.
Wyoming Gov. Issues New Health Orders as Hospitalizations Rise
Under the new orders, indoor and outdoor gatherings will be limited to 25 people or fewer without restrictions.
703 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Wyoming, 166 in Natrona County
According to the Wyoming Department of Health, out of the 22,489 current cases of COVID-19, 5,263 of them are of people 18 years of age or younger. 648 people over the age of 80 have been confirmed as cases as well.
Gov. Gordon Sends Emergency Support to Wyoming Hospitals
The Wyoming Department of Health is in contact with hospitals to discuss hospital capacity and surge plans.