Health and education reporter
Morgan Hughes covers health and education in Wyoming. After growing up in rural Wisconsin, she graduated from Marquette University in 2018. She moved to Wyoming shortly after and covered education in Cheyenne before joining the Star-Tribune in May 2019.
Most of the state's existing public health orders have been unchanged and extended through Feb. 14, but the state will allow larger public gatherings beginning Jan. 26.
The county started vaccinating older residents Wednesday, and appointment slots filled up quickly. One local clinic received more than 400 voicemails in a day.
Wyoming’s older residents have begun to turn out for the COVID-19 vaccine, but the current supply can’t meet the demand.
Wyoming’s sole public four-year university needs to slash its budget as the state stares down a massive general fund deficit.
The University of Wyoming is preparing a survey for Albany County residents to help the county streamline vaccinating residents against COVID-19.
The statistics paint a picture over time and show which of Wyoming’s hospitals have seen the greatest burden — and when.