Governor Gordon: Increased COVID-19 Cases In Wyoming “Extremely Concerning”

CHEYENNE — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist addressed the consistent increase in COVID-19 Coronavirus cases in Wyoming during a press conference today.

Governor Gordon said over the past two weeks, the state has averaged 98 new cases per day, which is more than any other time since the pandemic began. There are currently over 1,200 active cases in Wyoming.

“We are trending in the wrong direction, both in new cases and in hospitalizations,” Gordon said.