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As Park County COVID-19 numbers are recorded and analyzed, active cases drop quickly, hospitalizations drop slowly, and deaths climb. When it comes to COVID-19, it’s a strange situation in Wyoming and Park County. While the number of active cases is quickly getting lower,  relief is coming much slower to state and county hospitals. Park County…

Active COVID-19 cases in Park County may be on the decline, but hospitalizations remain higher than at any other point during the nearly two-year pandemic. Park County finds itself in a difficult situation. While the county’s overall number of COVID-19 cases continues to drop, no relief is available in regional hospitals. The steady decline in…

The numbers don’t lie – COVID-19 cases in Park County are steadily declining but still excessively high as regional hospitals struggle to keep up. Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin continues to post regular updates on the county’s COVID climate on his Facebook page. His latest update on Friday, Oct. 15, shows a…

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to climb in Park County, although the Delta variant has yet to become the most common strain in northwest Wyoming. Dr. Aaron Billin, Park County Public Health Officer, published his latest update on the county’s COVID-19 climate. The doctor’s Facebook page continues to be a valuable resource with the most…

The Delta variant of COVID-19 is surging in Wyoming while a new spike in Park County looks eerily similar to the one that crippled the state last winter. While the United States deals with high transmission of the highly contagious Delta variant, Wyoming and Park County are no exceptions. As of Sunday, Aug. 15, there…

As the number of COVID-19 cases in Cody stays low, Cody Regional Health is altering some of its protocols enacted to keep residents safe during the pandemic. As 2021 progresses, COVID-19 seems like a thing of the past to many Cody residents. While a small surge is occurring nationally, the local COVID climate has stayed…

After weeks of consistent decline, COVID-19 cases are starting to increase in Park County once again – right as the first tourists of the summer arrive. Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin’s latest COVID-19 update included something that hasn’t been seen in months: a noticeable increase in cases. On Monday, May 3, there…

COVID-19 cases in Park County are dropping but the virus is still wreaking havoc on Wyoming, even reaching the steps of the Governor’s Office. Dr. Aaron Billin, Park County Public Health Officer, had some good news for Cody residents. In a Nov. 27 Facebook update, he posted that Park County has dropped from 21st out…

COVID-19 is more prevalent in Park County, which means more active cases and more evidence that the virus is present in the systems of Park County residents. Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin confirmed a sizeable increase in the number of active cases in Park County. Last Monday, September 28, there were 27…


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