COVID-19 Daily Update - January 12
January 7, 2021
Wyoming's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased by 562 since yesterday and now stand at 41,116. Probable cases have increased by 115 to 6956.
Crook County has had a total of 366 confirmed cases and 31 probables after 1 new probable case was added today. Of those cases, 9 confirmed and 1 probable are currently active.
522 people have died as a result of COVID-19 in Wyoming after 33 new deaths were announced today. Crook County has now recorded 9 deaths.
A total of 38,721 confirmed and 6502 probable cases have recovered.
Weston County reported 116 new cases of COVID; Fremont County had 112; Carbon County had 80; Laramie County had 60; Teton County had 50; Natrona County had 31 new cases; Sweewater County had 22; Campbell County had 20; Goshen County had 14; Park County had 12; Uinta County had 10; Lincoln County had six; Sublette County had five; Albany, Johnson and Sheridan counties each reported four new cases; Converse and Washakie had three each; Big Horn and Platte counties had two each; and Hot Springs and Niobrara counties both had just one new case.
Only Crook County reported no new confirmed coronavirus cases during this reporting period.
The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 2327, an increase of 403 cases over yesterday's 1924.