Stay informed about the latest coronavirus developments in Wyoming with this collection of the Star-Tribune's coverage.
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Potential COVID-19 patients calling into Wyoming Medical Center's various primary and acute care clinics will be directed to the facility, which will be run by the hospital's chief of staff.
"Sports is important to our kids and it keeps things normal," Kelly Walsh boys soccer coach Bryan Chadderdon said. "If we can keep things as normal as possible and still be safe then I think we should do that."
Officials are examining whether at least one student was exposed to coronavirus at an extracurricular event in Wyoming, though experts say it's most likely that the unidentified illness is not the contagious virus.
Two people in the Northern Wyoming Community College District — a student and a faculty member — are being quarantined for a minimum of two weeks.
Gov. Mark Gordon said that officials still believe the overall risk of infection for Wyomingites remains low.
We have adjusted our list of closures and cancellations to reflect the state's new orders that close many businesses and forbid gatherings of 10 or more people.
One day after Wyoming's first coronavirus case was announced, public events closed and the shelves of local supermarkets were empty.
The executive director of the county health department said it was important to be proactive in calling off the tournament so that COVID-19 "doesn't wipe out our entire community."
The change is not anticipated to interfere with any of the traditional functions of the caucus itself.
The sharp shock to energy markets could hit U.S. shale producers particularly hard, and many in Wyoming have already braced for the fallout.
At least one Wyoming lawmaker had a direct interaction with American Conservative Union executive director Matt Schlapp, who said he had a brief interaction with the individual who tested positive.
The university wrote that the school "needs to be prepared should some students, staff and faculty on our campus be ill or under quarantine in the coming weeks and months."