Sheridan County IMT Reports All Four Local COVID-19 Cases Have Recovered

The daily update from the Sheridan County Incident Management Team that was issued Wednesday night confirmed that all four of the COVID-19 reported cases in Sheridan County have recovered and have ended self-isolation following the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and the Wyoming Department of Health.

As of 5 pm Wednesday night when the update was issued, more than 214 COVID-19 tests have been performed in Sheridan County with no new positive results. 168 tests have been negative and the remaining tests are still pending. Test results can take between 3 and 5 days.



3 Comments

    • Not yet. The point is to keep it from spreading. Us staying at home means less opportunity for spread. The spread is exponential (as evidenced in places that are not distancing as well) and if we come out just because nothing is happening here (which is GOOD and the whole point) then it will all be for nothing.

  1. How many people were exposed to the virus? I actually witnessed the infected walking in and out of several businesses while they were contagious. The grocery stores, places of work, etc. they did not do this with intention, but just the same.

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