This is the latest information on all coronavirus and COVID-19 news in Wyoming.
Wyoming Governor Urges Mask Use as COVID-19 Cases Rise
The state recorded 161 new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases between July 3-9.
Wyoming Governor Has No Plans For More Restrictive Virus Orders
Twenty-one people have died from the illness in Wyoming.
Breaking News: First Case of COVID-19 at Univ. of Wyoming
The employee has not been on campus since July 2
AP: After Lobbying, Catholic Church Won $1.4B in Virus Aid
The church maximized its take after lobbying for an exemption that gave all religious groups preferential treatment.
Wyoming Health Department Won't Implement New Vaccine Requirement
Alden said all children around 12-years-old should get the vaccine.
Health Department Pulls Proposed Changes to Immunization Rules
The Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday that it's withdrawing a set of proposed changes to Wyoming Immunization Program administrative rules.
Layoffs Stuck at High Level as 1.3 Million Seek Jobless Aid
Fifteen other states have suspended their re-openings.
Health Officials: Wear Masks as Natrona Schools Prepare to Open
Children are less likely to die from COVID-19, but the risk with them is that they can transmit the disease to their parents and other family members.
Wyoming Governor Doubles Down on Budget Cuts; Agencies to Cut 20%
The governor expects to decide on how to implement the first round of budget reductions over the next few days
Wyoming to Test All Inmates, Staff at Prisons for COVID-19
The Wyoming Department of Corrections will begin testing all inmates and employees for COVID-19 next week, the agency announced Wednesday.