This is the latest information on all conronavirus and COVID-19 news in Wyoming.
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Disney Parks To Require Face Masks Again as COVID Cases Surge
See Disney's list of requirements for an acceptable face mask.
Yellowstone May Soon Lift Buffalo Mask Mandate (Says Babylon Bee)
Just you try convincing a Touron to social distance.
An Open Apology to the Lady I ‘Almost’ Sneezed On in the Target Parking Lot
To the lady I nearly sneezed on, please accept my most sincere and humblest apology.
Wyoming to Drop Mask Mandate, Restrictions on Restaurants & Bars
Wyoming will remove its statewide mask requirement and allow bars, restaurants, theaters and gyms to resume normal operations on March 16.
Natrona County Mask Mandate Extended, Includes Additional Requirements
Natrona County's mask mandate will extend through at least January 8.
529 New Cases of COVID in Wyoming, No New Deaths
The Wyoming Department of Health reported 529 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 31,047. 63 new cases were reported for Natrona County, leaving the current number of active cases in Natrona County at 1,195.
577 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, Total Cases Nearing 30,000
The Wyoming Department of Health reported 577 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 29,966. 55 new cases were reported for Natrona County, leaving the current number of active cases in Natrona County at 1,326.
WATCH: Barrasso Says COVID Vaccine Deliveries Could Commence This Month
“We’ve got to deliver it from the factory door to the frontline workers. And I agree with the Centers for Disease Control – that we need to get it to the doctors, the nurses, those who are actually taking care of patients. But also the essential workers, those who are most vulne…
WWII Survivor and Casper Resident Passes Away at 93
From 'too young for the times' to 'timeless'
Casper-Natrona County Health Department Updates COVID-19 Guidelines on Contact Tracing
In accordance with the CDC's guidelines, positive cases over six days past test collection will no longer be contract traced. According to the CNCHD, this puts more emphasis on timeliness, putting more focus on newer cases. This is being done with the hope that it will limit and slow COVID-19 t…