Wyoming Coronavirus Cases Up By Four To 326; Probable Cases at 121

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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Wyoming increased by four on Wednesday to total 326.

The Wyoming Department of Health, in its daily coronavirus update, reported that new cases had been reported in Converse, Laramie and Teton counties.

Laramie County had 78 cases; Teton County had 63 cases; Fremont County had 51 cases; Natrona County had 38 cases; Campell County had 14 cases; Sheridan County had 12, Johnson County had 11; Converse and Sweetwater counties had 10; Albany, Lincoln and Uinta counties had six; Washakie had five; Carbon and Crook had four, and Goshen had three. Big Horn, Hot Springs, Niobrara, Park and Sublette had one case each.

The department’s count of probable cases, meanwhile, was set at 121. A probable case is one where a patient has not been confirmed as having the coronavirus, but has shown symptoms and has been exposed to someone who does have a confirmed case.

Recoveries, both confirmed by a laboratory and “probable,” also increased during the day, rising to 275. The number included 200 laboratory-confirmed recoveries and 75 “probable” recoveries.

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