Two New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Area

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The Sheridan County Incident Management Team has been notified of two new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in the area.

One case is a Sheridan County resident who is at home in isolation and being monitored by Sheridan County Public Health. The other case is a Johnson County resident. Both cases were tested in Sheridan County.

The Wyoming Department of Health and Sheridan County Public Health are conducting follow-up investigations to determine at-risk close contacts of the new cases.

The total number of COVID-19 cases in Sheridan County is now six.

Dr. Ian Hunter, Sheridan County health officer, is asking county residents to follow the guidelines and statewide orders and is urging residents to not become complacent. He said residents should stay home if they are sick, and continue practicing social distancing.


  1. I can’t believe that the city council had to pass an EMERGENCY ordinance to bring people alcohol. Talk about inabiling alcoholics.

  2. Glad to see Council is willing to provide this exception in support of our local, fledgling micro-brew businesses. I’ve been in one establishment about 3-4 times but I’m considering ordering.

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