The Fremont County Incident Management Team continues providing weekly local COVID-19 updates.
Below is the latest release shared today, August 27th.
Current Statistics for Fremont County COVID-19:
- 517 – Total Tested Positive
- 478 – Recovered
- 39 – New positive tests within last two weeks (down from 58 prior two weeks)
- 94 – Active Cases in Fremont County
- 13 – Deaths due to COVID-19
- 2.89% – Percentage of positives to total tests last two weeks (down from 4.21% prior 2 weeks)
- 1 – Current Hospitalizations due to COVID-19
Fremont County Public Health states that we have had 3 church associated outbreaks in July and August in Fremont County and we’ve associated approximately 45 cases to those outbreaks. One of those outbreaks is still being investigated.
If you are inside with groups, please maintain 6 feet of separation minimum, wear a mask, and continue sanitation discipline. Also please call public health at (307) 857-3677 or (307) 856-6979 if you have symptoms.
Disease symptoms which may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure, include fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell.
Older residents and people with certain health conditions have a higher risk of developing more serious illness.
All the updates from the Fremont County Coronavirus Unified Command can be viewed on County 10 by clicking here.
The Fremont County WDH COVID dashboard can be viewed by clicking here.
There is also a Wyoming hospital capacity page which can be found by clicking here.