Campbell County COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Campbell County Vaccination Numbers
Data as of: 9/07/2021
Vaccines Distributed through Public Health (excludes Federal Pharmacy Program):
• Vaccine Doses Administered*: 21,934
• Includes 1st & 2nd doses, and one-dose (J&J) vaccines.
County-Level Vaccination Data Including Federal Pharmacy Program:
• % of total population fully vaccinated: 21.9%
• % of Population ≥ 12 years of age: 26.7%
• % of 65+ population fully vaccinated: 64.1%
Where to Get Your Vaccination
Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
- Moderna: Anyone 18 and older
- Pfizer: Anyone 12 and older
To schedule an appointment call 307-682-7275
Campbell County Public Health is currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations to residents 18 years old and up.
The number of appointments available is dependent on vaccine supply and the number of doses available.
Vaccinations are provided free of cost
|Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics|
|Days Offered:||Morning Appointment Times:||Afternoon Appointment Times:|
|Fridays||8:30-11:30 a.m.||1-4 p.m.|
Vaccinations are available for all Campbell County Residents 12+ (Pfizer only)
|Local Pharmacy COVID-19 Vaccination Info|
|Pharmacy||Vaccine Offered||Days/Times||Schedule Appointment|
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
• Call: 307-687-2996
|Smith's Food & Drug||Moderna||Moderna: Thursdays & Fridays||• Smith's App|
• Call: 866-211-5320
Appointments are subject to change depending on sufficient appointments to open a vile.
During pharmacy hours
• Call: 307-682-4517
During pharmacy hours
• Call: 307-686-5166
COVID-19 Vaccine Information and FAQs
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 healthy.
Updated: 9/13/2021 4:38 pm
Active Cases(Lab-confirmed + Probable): 3,676
Number of Lab-confirmed cases: 66,972
Lab Confirmed Cases recovered: 63,513
Probable cases*: 14,853
Probable cases* recovered: 13,757
Number of COVID-19 related deaths: 879
Current Hospitalizations in WY: 217
Campbell County Statistics
Active Cases (Lab-confirmed + Probable): 358
14-Day Average Positivity Rate: 24.66%
14-Day Lab-confirmed & Probable Case Rate/100,000: 1,265
Lab confirmed & probable cases resulted in the past 14 days: 586
Cumulative number of lab-confirmed cases: 6,191
Lab-confirmed Cases recovered: 5,788
Probable cases*: 643
Probable cases* recovered: 617
Number of COVID-19 Related Deaths: 71
*Probable cases include a total count of people who are identified as a close contact of a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19 AND develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 14 days but are not tested; or those who have a positive antigen test.
Campbell County Memorial Hospital:
Current COVID-19 Patients: 14
Total No. of ICU Beds: 7
ICU Beds Available: 0
**Medical/Surgical unit has 25 rooms; 4 South alternate care unit has 10 rooms; Surgery alternate care unit has 5 rooms; ICU has 7 rooms; Maternal Child and Nursery has 17 rooms, and Emergency Department has 14 rooms.
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 email the Wyoming Department of Health.
- Governor Gordon Announces EO for Emergency Declaration for COVID-19
- Statewide PH Order #1: Schools & Childcare—Expired w/o continuation May 31, 2021
- Statewide PH Order #2: Indoor Gatherings–Revoked May 21, 2021
- No COVID-19 specific announcements at this time