The state saw four new coronavirus cases on Thursday, all in Fremont County, according to the Department of Health.
The department, in its daily update on the coronavirus, reported that Fremont County increase pushed the state’s total of confirmed coronavirus cases to 483.
As of Thursday afternoon, Fremont County had 159 cases; Laramie County had 109; Teton County had 67; Natrona County had 38; Campbell County had 16; Converse County had 14; Sheridan and Sweetwater counties had 12; Johnson County had 11; Albany had eight; Lincoln had seven; Uinta had six; Carbon, Crook and Washakie had five; Goshen had three, and Big Horn had two. Hot Springs, Niobrara, Park and Sublette counties had one case each.
The number of recoveries among people with laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus and those with “probable” cases increased by 12 to total 428.
The department said 302 people with laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus have recovered since the illness was first detected in Wyoming in early March and 126 people with “probable” cases have recovered.
A person is considered to have a probable case of coronavirus if he or she has shown symptoms of the illness and has been in contact with someone with a confirmed case, but has not been tested for the disease.
In addition to the 483 laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wyoming, the department reported there are 152 probable cases.