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COVID-19 Daily Update - November 25


November 26, 2020

Wyoming's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased by 702 since yesterday and now stand at 26,677. Probable cases have increased by 100 to 4084.

Crook County has had a total of 273 confirmed cases and 21 probables after 3 new confirmed cases were announced today. Of those cases, 65 confirmed and 3 probable are currently active.

215 people have died as a result of COVID-19 in Wyoming after 13 were added to the list today. One of these deaths has been attributed to Crook County, bringing the total recorded here to 5 deaths.

According to Crook County Public Health, an older adult woman died within the last week. She was not hospitalized and was a resident of a local long-term care facility and had health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risk.

A total of 17,398 confirmed and 2715 probable cases have recovered.

Laramie County had the highest increase in cases, reporting 168; Natrona County reported 114 new cases; Campbell County had 80; Washakie County had 51; Fremont County had 43; Teton County had 34; Sweetwater County had 31; Uinta County had 29 new cases; Sheridan County had 28; Albany County had 27; Goshen County had 22; Park County had 19; Carbon County had 17; Big Horn and LIncoln counties each reported eight new cases; Sublette County had six; Johnson County had four; Crook, Hot Springs, Platte and Weston counties reported three cases each; Converse County reported one new case.

Only Niobrara County saw no increase in coronavirus cases on Wednesday.

The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming on Wednesday was 10,433, a decrease of 1428 from yesterday's 11,861.

Of the statewide metrics used to make decisions regarding the virus, five of six are marked as "concerning": the percentage of all tests with a positive result over the last two weeks, new cases and total reported hospital admissions due to COVID-19, total hospital bed availability and total ICU bed availability.

The sixth metric is marked as "stable" (amber level): percentage of cases attributed to community spread.


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