Wyoming’s COVID-19 numbers have begun to shown signs of stabilizing, according to Governor Mark Gordon’s office. The percentage of tests that come back positive and the average daily number of new cases (32) has declined slightly, a news release reported.
There were two additional deaths in Fremont County residents during the past week, bringing the county’s total to 12 and the state’s total to 28.
There have been two additional infections of the virus locally since Sunday.
Since Friday, Fremont County’s active cases decreased from 103 to 87, the total number of cases decreased by seven cases to 497 and the number of recovered cases increased from 387 to 398.
The largest number of lab-confirmed cases are in the 19-29-year-old age range, which make up 25% of all positive cases.
Tuesday’s case count from the Wyoming Department of Health