Four more Wyoming coronavirus cases found

JACKSON, Wyo. — Wyoming’s coronavirus cases jumped today to 15 total after word late Tuesday that three additional cases were reported by the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory and one additional case by commercial reference laboratory testing.

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) says the new cases involve an adult female in Park County, an adult female in Laramie County, an adult male in Sheridan County, and an adult female in Sheridan County. No more information is available at this time regarding the Park County or Laramie County cases.

The two new Sheridan County cases are close contacts of two previously identified cases from the county.

The total number of Wyoming cases is now 15.

WDH will follow up regarding exposure risks and will work to identify and communicate with contacts. Known contacts will be monitored for symptoms and tested as needed.

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