The state of Wyoming reported a record number of new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, with a total of 1,162 cases.
The Wyoming Department of Health said at the same time, the number of probable cases in the state increased by 98.
The state also said it received reports of 505 new recoveries, leaving Wyoming with 10,891 active cases, an increase of 744 from Monday.
Natrona County had 2,159; Albany had 1,653; Laramie had 1,607; Campbell had 1,341; Fremont had 694; Sheridan had 480; Park had 367; Sweetwater had 321; Goshen had 313; Uinta had 287; Lincoln had 238; Teton had 229; Platte had 202; Carbon had 182; Weston had 180; Converse had 116; Johnson had 109; Washakie had 99; Crook had 89; Sublette had 77; Big Horn had 73; Niobrara had 38, Hot Springs had 37.
Active cases are determined by adding the total confirmed and probable coronavirus cases diagnosed since the illness first surfaced in Wyoming on March 12, subtracting the number of recoveries during the same period among patients with both confirmed and probable cases and taking into account the number of deaths attributed to the illness.
Every county in the state reported new cases, with four reporting triple-digit increases in confirmed cases. Natrona County had 221 new cases; Campbell had 154; Fremont had 126 and Laramie had 123.
The record increase in new confirmed cases brought the number of confirmed cases seen since the first case was diagnosed in Wyoming in mid-March to 21,047.
The number of probable cases grew by 98 Tuesday to total 3,406.
The 505 recoveries brought the total number of people who have recovered from the illness to 13,407.