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By county: Fremont County leads the state with 180 confirmed cases, followed by Laramie with 111, Teton with 67, Natrona with 38 and Campbell with 16. Two counties, Platte and Weston, have reported no cases.
United States: 1,351,200 confirmed cases, according to the Johns Hopkins Institute. Total deaths: 80,897 — Total recoveries: 232,733.
The latest: Hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients across Wyoming have decreased since a high in late April, according to Wyoming Health Department data. On April 20-21, there were 23 patients hospitalized across Wyoming, according to the WDOH. These included seven at SageWest in Lander, eight at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, five at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, and one each at Memorial Hospital Converse County, St. John’s Health Center and Campbell County Memorial Hospital. Those numbers have generally declined since, with 10 COVID-related hospitalizations across the state as of Tuesday. The largest number at one facility was four at the Wyoming Medical Center.
More news: The Cheyenne City Council voted Monday to allow council members to take voluntary cuts to their monthly stipends as a show of solidarity to city staff that has been laid off, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports. A Thermopolis mother of three wrote a quarantined-theme parody of the Tones and I song “Dance Monkey,” and her version has gone viral.