Fifteen more Wyoming residents have died of complications stemming from COVID-19, according to a Tuesday afternoon release from the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
This is on top of 38 additional residents – including five from Campbell County – who reportedly died between Nov. 21 and Nov. 25, bringing the statewide total of COVID-19-related deaths to 230.
Two more Campbell County residents, an older adult man and woman, were reported among those who died. Both had been hospitalized with health conditions recognized as putting patients at higher risks of serious complications of the virus, per WDH.
Currently, 14 Campbell County residents have reportedly died of COVID-19 related complications. Two of those were residents at a local long-term care facility.
The other 13 residents who died were all listed as adults or older adults from Carbon, Fremont, Hot Springs, Laramie, Platte and Weston counties.
As of Nov. 30, there are 247 COVID-19-related hospitalizations throughout Wyoming, according to the COVID Tracking Project, a website dedicated to tracking coronavirus complications nationwide.
Campbell County has had a total of 2,817 lab-confirmed cases, 718 of which are currently active. In addition, there have been 253 probable cases in the county with 2,099 recoveries.
Statewide, there have been 29,053 lab-confirmed cases with 7,799 active cases, 4,452 probable cases and 21,254 recoveries, per WDH data.