739 new Wyoming COVID-19 cases, 21 deaths

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Thursday, the Wyoming Department of Health reported 21 deaths from COVID-19.

Nine deaths were reported in Natrona County, three each in Fremont and Laramie Counties, two in Sweetwater County, and one each in Albany, Big Horn, Carbon, and Sheridan Counties.

739 new coronavirus cases were confirmed today. 9,496 cases are considered active, a decrease of 273 from Wednesday.

991 additional people have recovered from the virus for a total of 12,817 recoveries since the pandemic began.

The following counties have reported new COVID-19 cases:

  • Campbell County – 70 cases
  • Sheridan County – 29 cases
  • Crook County -16 cases
  • Johnson County – four cases
  • Weston County – two cases
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