The number of people in Wyoming who have recovered from the coronavirus climbed to 94 on Wednesday, with recoveries noted in almost every county reporting a confirmed case of the illness.
The Wyoming Department of Health said the number of recoveries jumped by 32 on Wednesday, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases increased by nine to total 230.
Recoveries were seen in each of the 18 counties where coronavirus has been detected, except for Crook County, which saw its confirmed case number increase by two on Wednesday to total three.
Crook County was one of four to see an increase in its case numbers Wednesday. Laramie County saw its case count increase by five for a total of 53 while Natrona and Teton county each saw an increase of one.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Laramie County had 53 cases; Teton County had 45; Fremont County had 38; Natrona had 27; Sheridan had 12; Campbell had nine; Johnson had eight; Sweetwater had six; Washakie had five, Albany, Carbon, Converse and Lincoln had four each, and Goshen, Crook and Uinta had three. Park and Sublette each had one.
The Department of Health also began listing on Wednesday the “probable” cases seen in each county, defined as someone who has been exposed to a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 and is showing symptoms of the illness but has not been tested for the disease.
According to the department, 73 “probable” cases exist, with 16 found in Laramie County and 14 reported in Teton County.