What we know about Wyoming’s 87 Coronavirus patients so far

by | Updated Mar 30, 2020 at 9:52AM

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As of the morning of Monday, March 30th there are 87 positive Coronavirus tests in Wyoming. Nearly 1,200 people have been tested.

23 of those positive 87 are in Fremont County. 15 of Wyoming’s 23 counties have reported at least 1 positive test. Here’s what we know so far based on information from the Wyoming Department of Health.

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Breakdown by county:

Albany: 1
Big Horn
Campbell: 1
Carbon: 3
Converse: 1
Crook
Fremont: 23
Goshen: 1
Hot Springs:
Johnson: 5
Laramie: 19
Lincoln
Natrona: 9
Niobrara
Park: 1
Platte
Sheridan: 6
Sublette: 1
Sweetwater: 1
Teton: 14
Uinta
Washakie: 1
Weston

  • Patients who have had to be hospitalized

19.8% Yes

69.8% No

11.6% Unknown

  • Cases by exposure risk

39.5% Exposure to a known case

26.7% Domestic travel

7% International travel

24.4% Unknown

  • Cases by sex

59.3% female

34.9% male

  • Cases by age

2.3% Under 18 years old

9.3% 19-29 years old

10.5% 30-39 years old

16.3% 40-49 years old

22.1% 50-59 years old

27.9% 60-69 years old

5.8% 70-79 years old

2.3% Over 80 years old

  • Cases with underlying health conditions

41.9% Yes

39.5% No

18.6% Unknown

  • Symptoms reported by cases

85% Cough

69% Fever

56% Muscle Aches

54% Headache

49% Shortness of Breath

49% Runny Nose

38% Sore Throat

33% Chills

23% Nausea or Vomiting

22% Diarrhea

14% Abdominal Pain

More updates and stats can be found from the Wyoming Department of Health here.

Updates on COVID-19 in Fremont County can be found here..

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