The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has added four people to the state’s coronavirus death total, according to a Monday press release from the department.
The deaths included an older Natrona County woman with underlying health conditions who had not been hospitalized, two Sheridan County men, one of whom had been hospitalized, and an older Sheridan County woman who was exposed to the virus in an out-of-state long-term care facility.
As of Monday, the WDH website reported 3,723 total lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 statewide with 669 additional probable cases. There have been 46 deaths among Wyoming residents attributed to the disease.
Campbell County is listed on the WDH site as having 190 total lab-confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 33 probable cases. There have been 204 recoveries. Among the recoveries, 173 were lab-confirmed cases. An additional 33 patients have recovered who were listed as probables.
Deaths are added to the state’s COVID-related death total based on information gathered from official death certificates and the person’s permanent residence, according to WDH.