COVID-Related Deaths Increase By 22 In Wyoming; 1,689 Total Since Pandemic Began

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By Jim Angell, Cowboy State Daily

The number of Wyoming deaths connected to the coronavirus since it was first discovered in Wyoming in March of 2020 has grown to 1,689, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.

The department said the deaths of another 22 residents in January and February have been linked to COVID.

The deaths included four Laramie County residents, three women and one man, and four Sheridan County residents, three women and one man.

Also among the victims were three Campbell County residents, two men and one woman, three Natrona County residents, two women and one man, and three Sweetwater County residents, two women and one man.

Other fatalities included two Converse County women, a Fremont County man, a Park County woman and a Sublette County woman.

The news was released on the same day Department of Health figures showed the number of active coronavirus cases in the state fell again, dropping by 132 to total 846.

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