This graph shows the rate at which confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases in Wyoming have grown over time, as well as the rate at which patients have fully recovered.
The Wyoming Department of Health defines a patient as recovered "when there is resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in respiratory symptoms and seven days have passed since the symptoms appeared.
The department defines a probable case as a situation in which an untested person has been identified as a close contact with a laboratory-confirmed case and has also developed COVID-19 symptoms within two weeks.
Brandon Foster is the Star-Tribune's managing editor. He joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 as the University of Wyoming sports reporter after graduating from the University of Missouri and covering Mizzou athletics for two years.
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The newest case is in Natrona County, which now has seven patients. Seventeen of the 57 people who tested positive have recovered so far.
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