The Wyoming Department of Health on Tuesday reported five more coronavirus-related deaths, a 75% decrease from three weeks ago.

The recently confirmed deaths involved the following people:

  • An adult Campbell County woman died in March. She was hospitalized and had health conditions known to put people at higher risk of severe illness.
  • An adult Laramie County man died in March. He was hospitalized in another state and had health conditions known to put people at higher risk of severe illness.
  • An older adult Laramie County man died in March. He was hospitalized and had health conditions known to put people at higher risk of severe illness.
  • An older adult Lincoln County woman died in March. She was hospitalized in another state and was not known to have health conditions known to put people at higher risk of severe illness.
  • An adult Natrona County man died in March. He was hospitalized in another state and was not known to have health conditions known to put people at higher risk of severe illness.

Among Wyoming residents, there have now been 123,223 lab-confirmed cases, 33,041 probable cases, and 1,796 COVID-related deaths since the pandemic began.

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According to the Wyoming COVID-19 Death Dashboard, 84.91% of the state's deaths have been among people 60 and older, and at least 50.67% have involved people with underlying health conditions.

Laramie and Natrona counties have recorded the most deaths, 289 and 270, respectively.

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