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State announces targeted COVID-19 testing plan for nursing homes, assisted-living facilities

The first asks all long-term care facilities to conduct COVID-19 tests on at least 20% of staff and residents every two weeks.

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First COVID-19 Case in Platte County, WY

According to WDH state Epidemiology, this positive case has an address in Platte County but tested positive in another Wyoming county and has not re-entered our county. They will continue to isolate outside our county

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Department Offers Testing Update, Advice for Wyoming

Harrist emphasized it isn’t known yet if having antibodies to the COIVD-19 virus can protect someone from getting infected again or how long any possible protection might last. “It’s unclear whether COVID-19 antibodies can provide immunity against getting future infections.

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Governor Gordon thanks Wyomingites, confirms COVID-19 Public Health Orders will remain in place through April 30

The Governor emphasized that the current orders were put in place to protect Wyoming’s citizens’ health and to save lives, and that the public’s continued adherence to the guidelines is crucial to the state’s recovery efforts. The state will rely on a transition plan that protects lives and is driven by health data.

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Wyoming’s Second Coronavirus-Related Death Confirmed

The older man represents Wyoming’s second reported death associated with COVID-19. There have been 287 confirmed and 105 probable cases reported so far from across Wyoming.

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First Coronavirus-Related Death Confirmed in Wyoming

A hospitalized Johnson County man previously identified as being infected with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has died, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).

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Governor, State Health Officer extend statewide public health orders through April 17

Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist have extended the three existing statewide health orders through April 17 to slow community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect lives.

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Wyoming coronavirus cases up to 22

The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming rose to 22 on Friday as the state Department of Health announced four new cases — one each in Fremont, Campbell, Teton and Natrona Counties.

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