The first case of coronavirus in Johnson County was diagnosed on Thursday as the state’s total case load increased to 53.
Increases Thursday morning were also seen in Laramie County, where the count rose by two, and in Teton County, which saw one new case added to its numbers.
Gov. Mark Gordon, during a Wednesday news conference, reminded Wyoming residents that as more coronavirus tests became available and were conducted, the number of confirmed cases in the state would rise.
As of Thursday morning, Fremont and Laramie counties both had 14 cases, Teton had seven, Natrona had six, Sheridan had four, Carbon had three and Albany, Campbell, Johnson, Park and Sweetwater counties had one case each.