The number of coronavirus cases detected in Wyoming topped 100 on Tuesday as the Wyoming Department of Health reported 14 new cases in seven counties to bring the state’s total to 109.
The department said its tests revealed three new cases in Natrona and Teton counties and two in Sheridan, Johnson and Laramie counties. Campbell and Fremont counties each saw one new case.
However, the Health Department also reported that of the 109 cases detected since testing began in mid-March, at least 26 involve people who have fully recovered.
As of Tuesday morning, Fremont County continued to be the hardest hit by the virus with 25 cases. Laramie County had 22; Teton County had 20; Natrona County had 12; Sheridan County had 10; Johnson had seven; Carbon had three, and Campbell and Sweetwater had two. Albany, Converse, Goshen, Park, Sublette and Washakie each reported one case.