Wyoming Sees 25 More COVID Deaths, Closing In On 500 Total

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Twenty-five more coronavirus-related deaths among Wyoming residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have been confirmed, according the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) announced Thursday.

The numbers reported Thursday brought to 489 the number of Wyoming residents whose deaths have been linked to the virus.

Deaths among Wyoming residents are added to the state’s total based on official death certificate information and location of permanent residence. If death certificates do not describe COVID-19 as either causing or contributing to a death, those deaths are not included in the WDH count.

The latest victims of the virus included:

• An older adult Campbell County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• Another older adult Campbell County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Crook County woman who died last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Crook County woman who died in November. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Fremont County man who died last month. He was hospitalized in another state and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An adult Fremont County man who died last month. He was hospitalized in another state, was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Fremont County man who died last month. He was a resident of a local long-term care facility; it’s unclear whether he had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Hot Springs County woman who died late last month. She was hospitalized; it’s unclear whether she had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Johnson County man who died late last month. He was hospitalized; it’s unclear whether he had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Natrona County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Natrona County man who died late last month. He was hospitalized and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Natrona County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Natrona County man who died late last month. He had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An adult Natrona County man who died late last month. He was hospitalized and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An adult Park County man who died late last month. It’s unclear whether he had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• Another adult Park County man who died late last month. It’s unclear whether he had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Park County woman who died late last month. She was hospitalized and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Park County man who died late last month. He was hospitalized and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Sweetwater County man who died late last month. He was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Sweetwater County woman who died last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Sweetwater County man who died last month. He was hospitalized and was not known to have health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• Another older adult Sweetwater County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Sweetwater County woman who died late last month. She was hospitalized, was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Uinta County man who died last month. He was a resident of an out-of-state long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.
• An older adult Weston County woman who died late last month. She was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk of serious illness related to COVID-19.

Among Wyoming residents, there have now been 39,476 lab-confirmed cases and 6,692 probable cases reported since the pandemic began.

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