Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming rose to 49 Wednesday night, according to Wyoming News Now in Cheyenne.
Wyoming health officials reported 47 COVID-19 cases Wednesday night on their website, and the Casper-Natrona County Health Department received notice of two more cases 15 minues later, according to the station.
This latest count by the state, released at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, showed 10 of the state's 23 counties reporting at least one case.
Here is the list by county:
It wasn't immediately clear how many new cases tested positive Wednesday because the state is not regularly releasing new numbers.
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