Natrona County has confirmed nine new COVID-19 cases over the last 10 days.
More than 113,000 Wyomingites have received both doses of either a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
There are new confirmed cases in Albany (three), Big Horn, Campbell (two), Carbon, Fremont (two), Goshen, Laramie (19), Lincoln (seven), Natrona (two), Park, Sheridan, Sublette, Sweetwater (four), Teton (four), Uinta (two), and Weston counties.
There are fewer than 300 active confirmed cases in the state for the first time since June.
The update was the first since Friday, as the state is no longer providing COVID-19 data updates on weekends.
More than 97,000 Wyomingites have received an initial COVID-19 vaccine dose from state supplies.
Sweetwater (120), Laramie (83) and Fremont (55) counties have had the most confirmed cases over the past 10 days.
The Wyoming Department of Health said the state's COVID-19 data updates will only occur on weekdays going forward.
There are currently 487 active confirmed cases in the state.
With Thursday's increase, the state's 10-day average in total new cases is above 100 per day for the first time in over two weeks.
Fremont County has confirmed the most cases over the last 10 days, with 94.
There are 1,091 fewer active total cases in the state than there were a month ago.
More than 38,000 Wyomingites have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Thirty-one Wyomingites are currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
The state surpassed 8,000 probable cases since the start of the pandemic Wednesday.
There are fewer than 500 active confirmed cases in the state for the first time since Sept. 17.
There are currently 552 active confirmed cases in the state.
Forty-one Wyomingites are currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
The state has added fewer than 1,000 total cases over a 10-day span for the first time since Sept. 27.
The state's 10-day average for confirmed cases is under 100 per day for the first time since Oct. 1.
The state of Wyoming has received 56,520 initial vaccine doses — 35,081 of which have been administered.
Teton County has confirmed 377 new cases in the last 10 days — 13% of its total since the pandemic began. Both of those numbers are the highest of any Wyoming county.
While still far below pre-Thanksgiving levels, the number of active confirmed cases in Wyoming has grown by more than 600 in the last six days.
There are currently 112 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Wyoming.
The number of confirmed active cases in the state is 95 patients higher than it was a week ago but more than 4,000 patients lower than it was a month ago.