COVID-19 Status

Carbon County Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)- as of 10/14/2020 @ 3pm

In  Carbon County there are  228 Laboratory Confirmed Cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

  • Number of lab confirmed cases in the past 24 hours: 6
  • Number of Active Lab Confirmed Cases: 33
  • Rate of lab confirmed cases: 1,541 per 100,000 residents
  • Number of probable cases: 34
  • Total number of cases recovered: 222
    • Lab confirmed: 193
    • probable: 29
  • Total number of COVID-19 related deaths: 2

There are 5,348 resulted COVID-19 tests from Carbon County. 

WPHL Tests:


Non-WPHL Tests:


Percent Positive: 3.81%

PLEASE NOTE: Positivity data shown here is based on number of resulted tests. Some cases may have multiple positive results so testing numbers will not match case counts. Tests are included in the county of residence for the patient, not the county where the test was completed.

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6914 - Lab Confirmed Cases 
5340 – Lab Confirmed Cases Recovered

1263-  Probable Cases
921- Probable Cases Recovered  

57 – COVID-19 related deaths 

Testing Numbers

Weekday updates at 3 p.m. Weekend/holiday updates at 9 a.m. 

Tests completed at Wyoming Public Health Laboratory: 75,996
Tests reported by commercial labs: 122,328

(Commercial labs are required to report positive test results to WDH; negative results are not reported consistently.)

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CCPH Status- Updated- June

Current Public Health Orders Extended through October 15, 2020

Governor and Health Officer Loosen Restrictions on Restaurants and Keep Public Safe

Governor of Wyoming sent this bulletin at 09/29/2020 03:34 PM MDT


September 29, 2020

CONTACT: Michael Pearlman, Communications Director


Governor and Health Officer Loosen Restrictions on Restaurants and Keep Public Safe


CHEYENNE, Wyo. –  Governor Mark Gordon has worked with the Wyoming Department of Health to ease restrictions on restaurants in the state while continuing efforts to keep the public safe. This comes in new public health orders.

The changes to Health Order No. 1 no longer require restaurants to space out seating in booths and increases the permitted number of persons at a table from 6 to 8 persons. Larger tables are permitted for members of the same household. This increase in the number of persons per table also applies to indoor and outdoor gatherings listed in Order No. 2. Outdoor seating is still encouraged.

“Even in the face of a rising number of active cases, we recognize that the restaurant industry has faced challenges throughout this pandemic,” Governor Gordon said. “Nevertheless, they have really responded to ensure the safety of their customers. These are important steps that will help our restaurants recover and safely welcome more customers throughout the fall and winter.”

The updated health orders reflect Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) data that shows that sit-down dining in restaurants has not significantly contributed to the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state. The Governor expressed his desire to take an incremental approach to ensure restaurants can adjust to the coming cool weather months when outdoor dining may not be possible.

The success of procedures implemented by K-12 schools across the state, including social distancing and mask usage, have continued to be effective in preventing widespread outbreaks. As a result, updated guidance issued to school districts will no longer require quarantine of close contacts if both the infected individual and those in contact with them were wearing face masks. This change in guidance is specific to schools at this time.

With COVID-19 cases rising statewide and data showing the effectiveness of mask usage in limiting outbreaks in schools, the Governor and the WDH continue to strongly recommend the use of masks in public settings where it is not possible or reasonable to stay physically apart. The WDH also continues to stress the importance of staying home when ill.

“These are the times when we need all Wyomingites to step up to help us resume the progress we made earlier this summer,” the Governor continued. “This current trend is concerning and I hope Wyoming will show her determination.”

Wyoming is also in the process of updating its statewide guidance consistent with federal regulations that permit indoor visitation at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. That guidance will be published later this week.

Over the past 14 days, Wyoming has averaged approximately 79 new cases per day, and the percent of COVID-19 tests with a positive result is 5.1 percent.

As of September 29, Wyoming has recorded 4,948 lab-confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, 873 probable cases and 50 deaths. More than 164,000 tests have been completed by the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory and commercial reference laboratories.

The updated health orders take effect October 1. They are attached and can be found on Wyoming's COVID-19 website.