1,172 New Coronavirus Cases In Wyoming On Tuesday; 5,375 Recoveries; 3,958 Active

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By Tim Mandese, Cowboy State Daily. 

Wyoming’s active coronavirus case load decreased by 3,811 on Tuesday. 

Wyoming Department of Health figures showed that the department received reports of 5,375 recoveries among those with confirmed or probable cases. 

At the same time, the state reported 1,172 new laboratory-confirmed and 416 new probable cases, leaving Wyoming with 3,958 active cases for Tuesday.

Four counties had more than 300 active cases, eight had more than 200 and 11 had more than 100. 

Laramie County’s active cases fell by nearly half to 758 cases, while Natrona dropped to 548. Campbell had 347; Fremont 340; Sheridan 248; Sweetwater 248; Albany and Teton 228; Lincoln 125; Converse and Uinta 122; Goshen 97; Park 96; Carbon 91; Johnson 63; Sublette 63; Weston 42; Crook 39; Platte 38; Hot Springs 36; Washakie 34; Big Horn had 18, while Niobrara reported 15.

Active cases are determined by adding the total confirmed and probable coronavirus cases diagnosed since the illness first surfaced in Wyoming on March 12, 2020, 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.

The new confirmed and probable cases brought to 139,461 the number of people diagnosed with coronavirus since the first case was detected in Wyoming in March 2020. Of those, 133,878 have recovered.

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