Coronavirus (COVID-19)

  1. Current Local COVID-19 Status
  2. State & Local Announcements
  3. Information and Resources
  4. Frequently Asked Questions

Campbell County Public Health is working closely with the Wyoming Department of Health to vigilantly monitor the current Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak situation and is providing local residents and businesses recommendations for keeping themselves, employees and customers health. 

Wyoming Statistics

Number of cases confirmed: 221
Number of tests processed by WPHL: 2,481
Cases recovered: 62

Campbell County Statistics

Number of cases confirmed: 9
Number of tests processed by WPHL: 231
Number of tests pending at WPHL: 2
Cases recovered: 3
Number of home-isolation patients monitored: 194
Number of home-isolation patients released: 107

Count updated (4/7/2020 pm)

For a map of Wyoming cases and statics, view here.

This is a new virus and new viruses need special attention. Much is still unknown about COVID-19. As a result, we cannot predict how many people will become infected or how many will experience severe illness. The symptoms reported with this disease are familiar to all of us: fever, cough and shortness of breath. Some of the steps that can help prevent the spread of such illnesses include: avoiding contact with sick people, staying home when sick, covering nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and washing hands often and carefully. 


If you are sick, please contact your healthcare provider. 

Campbell County residents with general questions about COVID-19 can contact Campbell County Public Health by calling (307) 682-7275, or may send an email to

Circuit and District Court Questions

Attorneys, litigants and members of the public with questions regarding temporary court procedures can find county-specific information at Wyoming Judicial Branch COVID-19 Updates.

WY Supreme Court Temporary Plan Regarding COVID-19 (04/01/2020)