“This was something new to all of us," Bustard & Jacoby practitioner Joey Casada said. "We’ve never dealt with anything like this before, and we’re all sort of running around in the dark.”
There have now been 176 reported deaths in Wyoming as a result of the virus, including 89 this month.
There have now been 40 coronavirus-related deaths so far this month in Wyoming, making November the deadliest month after only 10 days.
A health official confirmed Friday that 14 residents at a Casper nursing home have died from COVID-19 -- the largest outbreak of its kind in Wyoming.
The new Wyoming deaths include two people from Converse County and one each from Natrona, Platte, Sheridan and Teton counties.
The seven deaths are the highest-single day total for announced fatalities since the pandemic began. There have now been 68 deaths in Wyoming tied to the virus.
The deaths include a Park County man, a Fremont County woman and two older women: one in Johnson County and the other in Albany.
A Natrona County man has died after contracting the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health said Friday.
Wyoming continues to have one of the worst rates of workplace-related deaths in the country, with the number of fatalities over three times the national average.
Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers responded to fewer crashes during holidays in 2016 than in any of the previous four years, according to data r…
Wyoming is considering some changes to its rules to help keep safe workers in the state's oil and gas fields.
An explosion and fire at an east-central Wyoming oil storage site killed three workers Monday morning, an oil company spokesman said.