The NBA and the NBPA, the union that represents the league’s players, have agreed to a new set of health and safety protocols over the next two weeks to help the league navigate through a wave of game postponements because of positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing. The NBA has postponed four games since Sunday due to the increased positive tests and contact tracing. The league is ...
The mask requirement could help limit the spread of COVID-19, according to officials in Wyoming communities that have had similar orders for months, but it's just one piece of the puzzle.
Officials say Thanksgiving may have created a false slump and that the public shouldn’t stop using precaution in public.
More than 62% of respondents to a November Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center poll supported mask requirements in indoor public places, the highest percentage in the poll's lifetime.
The commission approved the resolution after a brief discussion Tuesday afternoon.
Wyoming Department of Health spokeswoman Kim Deti said no additional Wyoming jurisdictions have inquired about a local mask requirement.
Two months into the school year, none of the 65 coronavirus infections among Natrona County School District students and staff occurred at school, which health officials attribute to the widespread use of face masks and distancing.
The rise in coronavirus cases hasn't prompted Wyoming's top officials to raise the prospect of new restrictions.
"We want to ensure those businesses can adjust to the coming fall and winter when outdoor dining will be more difficult if not less possible," Gov. Mark Gordon said.
Monday was the first day Walmart required face masks for customers nationwide.
The survey found that 56% of Wyomingites would support a requirement that people wear face coverings while inside of public places.
Now that protective face coverings have become part of everyday life, the choices are endless.
At Friday’s fireworks display at Mount Rushmore, no social distancing measures will be in effect and no mask policy will be enforced despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Several states are seeing COVID-19 spikes and records, and some are turning to mask mandates. Here's what you should know about face masks and more of the latest virus developments.
If you want to make a mask, here are simple, step-by-step instructions from the CDC on how to do just that, whether or not you know how to sew.