The COVID-19 Map and Statistics
According to the Wyoming Department of Health, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Wyoming was in Sheridan County. Maps tracking cases across the state began to pop up from various sources, with Johns Hopkins University of Medicine taking the lead. The university created a live interactive map of the world, wherein users can zoom in to almost any region and find areas where COVID-19 cases have recently been confirmed.
A view of the Johns Hopkins University of Medicine's interactive map on March 15, 2021.
The Wyoming Department of Health released this graphic on March 28, 2020 showing the confirmed cases in the state.
By April 2020, more and more confirmed cases began to crop up across the state. This map shows cases on April 10, 2020.
Summer saw a sharp uptick in confirmed cases as indicated by this graph from SweetwaterNOW.