The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming grew to 49 on Wednesday, with 10 new cases reported as of 9 p.m.
The Wyoming Health Department reported the newest cases were seen in Natrona, Albany, Teton, Laramie and Fremont counties.
The one new case was the first for Albany County, while three more new cases were reported in Teton County, bringing its total to six.Laramie County’s case count went up by four, while Fremont and Natrona counts increased by two each.
Fremont County still has the highest number of COVID-19 cases at 14. Laramie County has 12, while Teton and Natrona have six, Sheridan County has four, Carbon County has three and Albany, Campbell, Park and Sweetwater counties all have one.