This is the latest information on all coronavirus and COVID-19 news in Wyoming.
Canceled Central Wyoming Fair Economic Impact is $4.4 Million
While the fair is canceled, people are looking for activities that don't involve crowds.
US Virus Death Toll Surpasses 100,000: Johns Hopkins Count
U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
Breaking News: Big Wyoming Summer Rodeos Canceled Over Virus
Gordon emphasized that the state did not force the cancellations.
Third Worland Nursing Home Resident Dies From COVID-19
So far, testing has identified 12 cases among residents and 10 among staff.
For First Time in 124 Years, Cheyenne Frontier Days Canceled
A Frontier Days belt buckle is among the most coveted prizes in rodeo.
Spike in South Korea Virus Cases Shows Perils of Reopening
European countries are trying to emulate South Korea.
AP-NORC Poll: Half of Americans Would Get a COVID-19 Vaccine
The findings released Wednesday show the public has a lot of questions.
Rubio Warns of Foreign Actors Amplifying Virus Conspiracies
One possibility could be an effort to convince people that a new vaccine against the virus, once created, would be more harmful than helpful.
Governor To Discuss The Status Of Large Wyoming Summer Events
The governor will also be joined by State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist in a discussion of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Casper Council Eyes Gradual Reopening of City Buildings, Services
Phase 1 also would allow for the “slow and cautious” opening of services such as sports leagues, park and facility rentals, and recycling.