Second booster recommended for some

New federal website offers guidance on pandemic-related issues

 

April 7, 2022



COVID-19 is at its lowest levels in many months across Wyoming. Last week, there were just 60 known active cases across the state, only one of which was in Crook County.

With the newest variant, Omicron BA.2, now said to be the dominant strain in the United States, it’s too early to call the pandemic over. However, with predicted cases and deaths dropping, the public emergency in Wyoming at an end and restrictions largely lifted, it’s fair to say that the nation has entered more of a “maintenance mode”.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is also now recommending a second booster...



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