The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Wyoming topped 400 on Wednesday with the discovery of new cases in five counties.
The Wyoming Department of Health, in its daily coronavirus update, said the number of cases grew by eight on Wednesday to total 404, with new cases found in Albany, Big Horn, Converse, Fremont and Laramie counties.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Fremont County had 102 cases; Laramie County had 96; Teton County had 64; Natrona had 39; Campbell had 14; Converse had 13; Sheridan had 12; Johnson had 11; Sweetwater had 10; Albany had eight; Lincoln and Uinta had six; Crook and Washakie had five; Carbon had four; Goshen had three, and Big Horn had two. Hot Springs, Niobrara, Park and Sublette counties had one case each.
The number of recovered patients, meanwhile, grew by nine on Wednesday to total 371.
Of those cases, 269 were among people who had laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus while 102 were in people who “probable” cases — people who showed symptoms of the disease and had contact with someone who had a confirmed case of the illness but were never tested for coronavirus themselves.