Nine Wyoming counties remain free of active coronavirus cases despite an increase of 100 in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases seen in the last week, an analysis of Wyoming Department of Health figures shows.
A review of confirmed case, probable case and recovery numbers maintained since the coronavirus was first detected in Wyoming in mid-March shows the state has 210 active cases in 14 counties as of Sunday.
The counties without active cases are Converse, Goshen, Hot Springs, Johnson, Lincoln, Niobrara, Platte, Sublette and Weston.
Since mid-March, 841 confirmed coronavirus cases and 219 probable cases have been reported in Wyoming. Probable cases are those where a patient has coronavirus symptoms and has been in contact with someone with a confirmed case, but has not been tested for the illness.
Of the patients with confirmed cases, 642 have recovered, while there have been 192 recoveries among those with probable cases.
The recoveries leave the total of 210 active cases in the state.
Fremont County has the highest number of active confirmed and probable cases at 59, followed by Uinta County with 54.
Uinta County has seen 46 new confirmed coronavirus cases since June 7, making up almost half of the increase in statewide numbers of 100 seen in the past week.