COVID-19 Coronavirus Resource Page
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Patients Tested: 6,693
COVID-19 Positive: 236 (14)
Cases Recovered: 209
Active Cases: 27
A Statewide look at the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. (This data is sourced from the Wyoming Department of Health and other resources.)
Patients Tested: 84,598
COVID-19 Positive: 2,364 (484)
Cases Recovered: 1,835 (374)
Active Cases: 529
Positive Results by County: (The first number shows laboratory-confirmed cases. The second number shows probable cases.)
Albany: 79 (9)
Big Horn: 32 (4)
Campbell: 96 (22)
Carbon: 61 (21)
Converse: 19 (12)
Fremont: 424 (64)
Goshen: 16 (3)
Hot Springs: 15 (3)
Johnson: 18 (4)
Laramie: 337 (142)
Lincoln: 67 (25)
Natrona: 185 (32)
Niobrara: 1 (1)
Park: 106 (11)
Platte: 4 (1)
Sheridan: 44 (17)
Sublette: 29 (8)
Sweetwater: 236 (14)
Teton: 319 (39)
Uinta: 218 (47)
Washakie: 44 (5)
[Last Updated: August 3, 2020 – 3:58 pm]
United States of America
A Nationwide look at the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
The Coronavirus (COVID19) Tracking Project: Live Tracker
This chart is being provided by The COVID19 Tracking Project.
The COVID Tracking Project collects information from 50 US states and the District of Columbia to provide the most comprehensive public data available on state-level testing for the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. More information is available here.
The organization has state-by-state data available here.
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