The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Wyoming grew to 94 on Monday as the Wyoming Department of Health reporting seven new cases in five counties.
The Department of Health reported that Sheridan and Teton each reported two new cases of the virus on Monday morning while Fremont, Laramie and Natrona counties reported one new case each.
As of Monday morning, Fremont County remained the hardest hit in the state with 24 cases. Laramie County had 20, Teton County had 16, Natrona had 10, Sheridan had eight, Johnson had five and Carbon County had three. Albany, Campbell, Converse, Goshen, Park, Sublette, Sweetwater and Washakie had one case each.
The Health Department also reported that the number of patients across the state to have recovered from coronavirus increased by four to total 24.
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