COVID-19 Daily Update - January 24
January 21, 2021
Wyoming's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased by 292 since yesterday and now stand at 43,443. Probable cases have increased by 23 to 7455.
Crook County has had a total of 375 confirmed cases and 34 probables after 1 new confirmed and 1 new probable case were added today. Of those cases, 3 confirmed and 3 probable are currently active.
571 people have died as a result of COVID-19 in Wyoming. Crook County has now recorded 10 deaths.
A total of 41,539 confirmed and 7032 probable cases have recovered.
Teton County had the greatest increase in the number of new laboratory-confirmed cases, reporting 61; Natrona County had 51; Fremont County had 31; Sweetwater County had 27; Laramie County had 21; both Campbell and Carbon counties reported 17 new cases; Uinta County had 15; Park County had 14; Albany County had 13; Washakie County reported six new cases; Hot Springs County had five; Big Horn County had four; Goshen and Sublette counties had three new cases each; Sheridan County had two; Converse, Crook and Lincoln counties had one new case each; and Johnson and Platte reported no new cases.
The Health Dept. showed a decrease of one case in Niobrara County.
The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 1756, an increase of 60 cases over Friday's 1696.