174 new Wyoming COVID-19 cases, no deaths
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Saturday, the Wyoming Department of Health reported 174 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, bringing its total number of cases to 14,045.
In the state, 5,293 cases are considered active, an increase of 61 from Friday.
The department of health also reported that 113 more people recovered from the virus. A total of 8,647 have recovered since the pandemic began.
The following counties have reported new cases:
- Campbell County – 12
- Weston County – three
- Sheridan County – two
- Crook County – one
No new deaths were reported on Saturday, leaving the state’s death toll at 105.