MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park announced today, July 30 via Facebook that regardless of vaccination status, visitors to Yellowstone are required to wear a mask indoors and in all public and commercial transportation.
According to the announcement, all five counties with Yellowstone have substantial or high COVID-19 transmission rates.
On July 28, Grand Teton National Park began requiring that all visitors wear masks inside park building.
As of July 29, there have been 54 active COVID-19 cases in Teton County in the past two weeks. As of today, St. John’s Health has reported 1 COVID-19 patient in the primary care unit. On July 22, six COVID-19 patients were in the primary care unit. 1 COVID-19 patient was transferred to an Idaho or Utah hospital.