3/25: New information available on Wyoming’s first 40 COVID-19 patients

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Several new positive tests for Coronavirus (COVID-19) were reported by the Wyoming Department of Health Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning (3/24 – 3/25).

As of Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. MST there are 41 positive tests in Wyoming. 13 of those are in Fremont County, 3 of which were new in the last 24 hours.


Laramie County is reporting 11 cases, Natrona and Sheridan County each have 4 positive tests, Carbon and Teton both have 3, Campbell, Park, and Sweetwater Counties each have 1.

The Wyoming Department of Health is also starting to release some data from the confirmed cases. Updated data is available from the first 40 positive test patients.

From the 40 positive tests, 58% are female. 34% are between the ages of 60-69, 24% are between 50-59, 14% are between 30-39, 14% are between 70-79, 10% are between 40-49, and 3% are between 19-29.

45% of those who tested positive say they had contact with a known case, 28% say it was because of domestic travel, 3% say because of international travel, and 24% were unsure how they contracted COVID-19.

80% of positive patients said they had a cough, 69% reported a fever, 55% myalgia, 49% a headache, 38% a sore throat 38% reported chills, 35% reported shortness of breath, and 17% reported nausea.

For updated reports from the Wyoming Department of Health, click here.