COVID-19 Daily Update - February 11
February 11, 2021
Wyoming's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased by 87 since yesterday and now stand at 45,155. Probable cases have increased by 18 to 7824.
Crook County has had a total of 384 confirmed cases and 33 probables. 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 43,959 confirmed and 7566 probable cases have recovered.
The greatest increase in confirmed cases during this reporting period was Carbon County, which reported 25 new cases; Fremont County had 17; Sweetwater County had 15; Laramie County had nine; Albany and Teton counties had five each; Big Horn and Park counties had four each; Goshen County had three; Natrona County had two new cases; Converse, Sublette and Washakie counties had one each. Crook, Hot Springs, Lincoln, Niobrara, Sheridan and Weston counties all reported no new cases.
The Department of Health's data adjustments resulted in declines in laboratory-confirmed cases in Campbell County (2), Johnson County (1), Platte County (1), and Uinta County (1).
The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 807, a decrease of one case from yesterday's 808.