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COVID-19 Daily Update - February 10

Wyoming's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased by 12 since yesterday and now stand at 45,068. Probable cases have increased by 32 to 7806. It should be noted that the number of new cases reported Wednesday, 39, was offset by a "data adjustment" in confirmed cases that saw the Health Department reduce the number of cases in some counties by a total of 27.

Crook County has had a total of 384 confirmed cases and 33 probables after 1 new confirmed case was added and 1 probable case was removed. Of those cases, no confirmed and 2 probable cases are currently active.

A total of 647 people have now died in Wyoming due to the virus. Crook County has now recorded 11 deaths.

A total of 43,881 confirmed and 7538 probable cases have recovered.

The greatest increase in confirmed cases during this reporting period was in Fremont County at 12; Sweetwater County reported nine new cases; Sublette County had four; Albany and Carbon counties saw their case numbers increase by three each; Goshen, and Lincoln counties reported two new cases, and Big Horn, Crook, Uinta and Washakie counties each saw one new case.

The Department of Health's data adjustments resulted in declines in laboratory-confirmed cases in Teton County (18), Campbell County (four), Natrona County (three), Hot Springs County (1) and Washakie County (1).

The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 808, an increase of 11 from Tuesday's 797.