Wyoming’s coronavirus case count stood at 87 on Monday morning with the discovery of a new Natrona County case on Sunday night.
The Wyoming Department of Health reported Sunday that the diagnosis marked the ninth case for Natrona County.
As of Monday morning, Fremont County remained the hardest hit in the state with 23 cases. Laramie County had 19, Teton County had 14, Natrona had nine, Sheridan had six, Johnson had five and Carbon County had three.
Albany, Campbell, Converse, Goshen, Park, Sublette, Sweetwater and Washakie had one case each.
In the face of the growing number of cases in Teton County, the Jackson Town Council on Saturday adopted an emergency “stay at home” order.
The order directs everyone in Jackson to stay in their homes except to obtain supplies or take part in outdoor activity.