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Area pharmacies offer curbside service to customers

Three area pharmacies are taking a page from the drive-in diners of the past and offering curbside service for prescriptions and more.

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Governor, State Health Officer extend statewide public health orders through April 17

Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist have extended the three existing statewide health orders through April 17 to slow community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect lives.

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Staying home, social distancing more important than ever

As of Wednesday morning, there were 41 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming spread over nine counties, but due to a lack of testing supplies and the mild symptoms experienced by some who are infected, the number of actual cases is likely much higher.

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Please use window

The Domino’s Pizza on West C Street in Torrington remained open on Friday but requested customers use only the drive-up window.

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COVID-19 precautions are now “a part of the dialogue” for small business owners

The smells of fresh-baked French bread and Russian Babka still filled the air inside The Bread Doctor bakery in downtown Torrington on Saturday, but the smells and tastes were some of the only reminders of what life was like before COVID-19.

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COVID-19 in Wyoming

Coronavirus in Wyoming

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Coronavirus case count jumps to 40, third closure order issued

Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grew to 40 on Wednesday following the discovery of eight new cases in six counties Tuesday and three more Wednesday.

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Governor, State Health Officer issue third closure order

CHEYENNE – Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist have issued a third statewide order, closing non-essential personal services.

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Coronavirus case count up to 30, Yellowstone closed

Wyoming’s coronavirus case count climbed to 30 as Gov. Mark Gordon warned state residents that the impact of the disease may be felt in the state for some time.

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Wyoming coronavirus cases up to 22

The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming rose to 22 on Friday as the state Department of Health announced four new cases — one each in Fremont, Campbell, Teton and Natrona Counties.

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Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grows to 18

Teton County’s first confirmed case of coronavirus brought the state’s total confirmed case count for the illness to 18 as of Thursday morning.

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Coronavirus cases in Wyoming by county

Coronavirus cases in Wyoming by county

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State school nurse “could have been very useful” during Wyoming's COVID-19 response

CHEYENNE – As Wyoming’s local and state education officials grapple with how to handle a global pandemic, a new state law has the potential to aid in future crises.

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Home health care faces COVID-19

Community health care faces challenges during the ongoing battle against COVID-19.

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Coronavirus case count grows to 10

The number of Wyoming residents diagnosed with the coronavirus COVID-19 grew to 10 on Monday, with seven people testing positive for the disease in Fremont County.

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Additional Articles

  • GCSD prepares to launch online courses during pandemic

    Come April 6, Goshen County School District No. 1 students will be learning again – but it will be a lot different than it was on their last regular day of school.

  • Workforce Services looking to streamline processes during pandemic

    The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is working to streamline its processes and relax eligibility requirements for unemployment insurance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • ‘This is a war’

    No matter what happens in Washington, D.C., concerning an economic stimulus package to combat the recession caused by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Wyoming and its citizens should prepare for a long-term war against the novel coronavirus, according to Governor Mark Gordon.

  • Peak temporarily moves entirely to telehealth

    In order to protect the health and wellbeing of our patients, staff and communities amid this ongoing health crisis, Peak Wellness Center is shifting all appointments to remote venues beginning Wednesday, March 25.

  • Wyoming Department of Health COVID-19 recommendations

    The department’s current priority recommendations for Wyoming residents include:

  • Hospital CEO talks COVID-19 plans

    Banner Health’s Community Hospital and Banner Medical Group in Torrington believe it is our solemn responsibility to protect and promote health in Goshen County.