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Casper Health Department Updates 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…
Casper: Do You Get Paranoid Coughing or Sneezing In Public Now?
Does this cause anxiety for anyone else as much as it does me?
See Nursing Home Residents "Hunt" Staff in Quarantine Fun
It's simple, it's clever, but more than that it is hilarious and heartwarming all at once.
858 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, but No New Deaths
As reported on Friday afternoon by the Wyoming Health Department, 858 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, 158 of which occurred in Natrona County. There are no new deaths, however.
703 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Wyoming, 166 in Natrona County
According to the Wyoming Department of Health, out of the 22,489 current cases of COVID-19, 5,263 of them are of people 18 years of age or younger. 648 people over the age of 80 have been confirmed as cases as well.
Natrona County Health Officials Give Update on Mask Order
Natrona County Health Officer Dr. Mark Dowell briefed the community on what the mask mandate will look like for area residents and businesses.
These Are Things Casperites Are Hoarding Right Now
Whether it's politically motivated or a scare with the recent wave of positive COVID-19 cases in the state and even more so in the county, residents have once again begun hoarding supplies.
Majority of Casperites Willing To Take COVID-19 Vaccine
We asked residents if they were willing to take a coronavirus vaccine once it was made available to the public and your answers surprised us.
Gov. Gordon Not Considering A Bar, Restaurant Shutdown Right Now
Gordon spokesman Micheal Pearlman said Tuesday that a shutdown of bars and restaurants is not being considered "at this time.".
WATCH: Natrona County Health Officer Calls for Mask Mandate
But for Dowell — an infectious specialist — it would be wrong to ignore his training and not call for a mask mandate, he said.