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Natrona County Mask Mandate Will Run Through Dec. 4
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 [POLL RESULTS]
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.
BREAKING NEWS: Natrona County Releases Face Mask Order Details
According to a Wednesday news release, Natrona County Health Officers Dr. Mark Dowell and Dr. Ghazi Ghanem issued the health order recently in conjunction with Wyoming State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist.
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 Says Ignoring Science ‘Not in My DNA’
But for Dowell — an infectious specialist — it would be wrong to ignore his training and not call for a mask mandate, he said.
Natrona County School District Implements Mask Policy for Visitors
Face-coverings will be required regardless of social distancing or when sitting with immediate family.
Wyoming Health Officers Call for Statewide Mask Mandate
Currently, Albany, Laramie and Teton Counties require mask usage in public places along with the Wind River Reservation.
924 New Virus Cases Reported in Wyoming; Natrona County Has Most Active Cases
Since the pandemic began, 17,442 cases have been reported in Wyoming.
Yellowstone National Park Marks Best-Ever October for Visits
If you are sick, do not visit the park. Self-quarantine to avoid exposing others.
WATCH: Positive for COVID? Natrona County Health Department Explains What’s Next
In the meantime, reach out to contacts and let them know they should monitor for symptoms for the next 14 days. If they have symptoms, they should be tested as well.