Wyoming Coronavirus Cases Grow By 10 To 130

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By Jim Angell, Cowboy State Daily

The number of coronavirus cases confirmed in Wyoming grew to 130 on Wednesday as the state Department of Health reported 10 new cases in five counties.

 Case numbers increased by three in Natrona and Teton counties, by two in Laramie County and by one in Campbell and Converse counties.

 As of Wednesday morning, Laramie County had the highest number of cases at 29. Teton County had 26; Fremont County had 25; Natrona had 15; Sheridan had 10; Johnson had seven; Campbell had four; Albany and Carbon each had three, and Sweetwater and Converse had two. Goshen, Park, Sublette and Washakie counties each reported one case.

 However, the number of recoveries reported by the Department of Health also increased, growing by five since Tuesday to total 31.

 A person is considered recovered when they go three days without any symptoms of the illness.

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