Case number to 210, legislators eye special session
Monday, April 06, 2020
The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming reached 210 on Monday with the diagnosis of 10 new cases in seven counties.
As case numbers continued to grow, the state’s legislative leaders signaled that a special session to deal with the impacts of the pandemic was a distinct likelihood.
Monday’s new cases were reported in Campbell, Converse, Fremont, Goshen, Lincoln, Natrona and Uinta counties.
Monday’s increase follows growth in the case count by 34 over the weekend, an increase of slightly more than 20% from Friday.
As of Monday morning, Laramie County had 44 cases; Teton County had 40; Fremont County had 38; Natrona had 25; Sheridan had 12; Johnson had eight; Campbell had nine; Sweetwater had five; Albany, Carbon, Converse, Lincoln and Washakie had four each, and Goshen and Uinta had three. Crook, Park and Sublette counties each had one.
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