Wyoming Reports 528 New Laboratory-Confirmed COVID Cases



By Oil City Staff on September 30, 2021

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CASPER, Wyoming. – The Wyoming Department of Health is reporting 528 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 since yesterday.

In Thursday’s update, the WDH said the state has 2,977 active laboratory-confirmed cases, with a total of 17,078 probable cases. The number of probable new cases since yesterday is 114.

The WDH says 69,731 laboratory-confirmed cases have recovered and 15,880 probable cases have recovered since the start of the pandemic. The death toll in Wyoming stands at 996.

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Wyoming Medical Center reported only three available adult intensive care beds on Wednesday, 22 of which were occupied. There are 39 COVID patients in the WMC.

Wyoming’s second largest hospital, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, has just two adult intensive care beds. They are reporting 36 COVID patients.


The Wyoming Department of Health provides data online on COVID-19 cases, variants, deaths, tests, hospitals and vaccines. The ministry also shares information on how the data can be interpreted. COVID-19 safety recommendations are available from the CDC.

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