The number of coronavirus cases detected in Laramie County since the virus was first reported in the state in March has topped 100.
The Wyoming Department of Health, in its daily coronavirus update, said two new cases were reported in Laramie County on Sunday, raising its total to 101.
New cases were also seen in Fremont and Teton counties, bringing the state’s total to 435.
As of Sunday afternoon, Fremont County remained the hardest hit in the state with 122 cases. Laramie County had 101; Teton County had 67; Natrona County had 38; Campbell County had 15; Converse County had 14; Sheridan County had 12; Johnson and Sweetwater had 11; Albany had eight; Lincoln and Uinta had six; Carbon, Crook and Washakie had five; Goshen had three, and Big Horn had two. Hot Springs, Niobrara, Park and Sublette counties each had one case.
The number of patients to have recovered from the virus remained unchanged on Sunday at 391.
The number includes 282 recoveries among people with laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus and 109 among people with suspected cases.