The Wyoming Department of Health reported a total of 13 new coronavirus cases in the state Friday evening, bringing the state’s total to 166.
During the day, new cases were reported in eight counties, including the first case to be seen in Lincoln County.
As of Friday evening, Laramie County remained the state’s hardest hit with 40 cases. Teton County had 32; Fremont had 27; Natrona had 21; Sheridan had 10; Johnson had eight; Campbell had six; Albany and Carbon had four; Converse and Sweetwater had three, and Goshen and Washakie had two. Lincoln, Park, Sublette and Uinta County each reported one case.
Laramie County also had the highest number of patients to recover from the coronavirus at nine, followed by Teton County at six. According to the Wyoming Department of Health, 37 of the state’s coronavirus patients have fully recovered.