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Saturday: 220 new COVID-19 cases reported statewide, 192 recoveries

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CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Health reported 220 new laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 during their Saturday morning update Nov. 21.

That brings the total to 23,567 since the start of the pandemic. 61 probable cases were also reported on Saturday, bringing the total to 3,843.

The state has been adding an average of 583.5 new confirmed cases per day for the last 14 days.

21 additional COVID-19 related deaths among Wyoming residents, including 9 Natrona County resident were reported on Thursday. The WDH reports a total of 176 COVID-19 related deaths among the state’s residents since the pandemic began.

The WDH reported seven new lab confirmed cases in Natrona County on Saturday. The total stands at 3,388 since the start of the pandemic. Natrona saw 19 new probable cases reported Saturday, bringing the total to 701.

There are 1,967 active cases in Natrona County, according to WDH, and 36 county residents have died after contracting the virus.

As of Saturday, morning, Wyoming’s effective reproduction rate of the virus stood at 1.10, according to Rt.live. The number reflects the average number of new cases each case is expected to create. Anytime the effective reproduction rate is above 1.0, COVID-19 is expected to spread quickly.

At last update Friday, The WDH reported 219 COVID-19 patients hospitalized across, ten more than were reported Thursday. That is also nine more than the previous record of 210 reported Wednesday. COVID hospitalizations crossed the 200 mark for the first time on Saturday, Nov 14.

192 new recoveries from a lab confirmed case were reported Saturday, for a total of 14,221. An additional 22 probable case recoveries were also reported for a total of 2,309.

1,385 people with a lab confirmed case and 327 people with a probable case have recovered in Natrona County; a combined four new recoveries in the last 24 hours.

County-specific COVID-19 information is available from the Wyoming Department of Health. Total lab confirmed cases in each county (with probable cases in parentheses) are as follows:

  • Albany: 2,602 (228)
  • Big Horn: 376 (46)
  • Campbell: 2,282 (206)
  • Carbon: 520 (48)
  • Converse: 345 (192)
  • Crook: 252 (21)
  • Fremont: 2,504 (346)
  • Goshen: 463 (51)
  • Hot Springs: 109 (9)
  • Johnson: 170 (85)
  • Laramie: 3,395 (676)
  • Lincoln: 493 (81)
  • Natrona: 3,388 (720)
  • Niobrara: 28 (62)
  • Park: 1,048 (113)
  • Platte: 184 (100)
  • Sheridan: 1,325 (270)
  • Sublette: 262 (107)
  • Sweetwater: 1,297 (81)
  • Teton: 1,314 (46)
  • Uinta: 665 (236)
  • Washakie: 242 (56)
  • Weston: 303 (63)


The Wyoming Department of Health provides COVID-19 case, variant, death, testing, hospital and vaccine data online. The department also shares information about how the data can be interpreted. COVID-19 safety recommendations are available from the CDC.

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