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Confirmed Cases

How does Park County look from a pandemic perspective and 2020 hindsight? As always, Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin is keeping tabs on the ongoing situation in our communities. As 2020 draws to a close, the overall picture is somber. As of Sunday, Dec. 27, there were 1,728 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19…

First Wyoming’s Governor, now its First Lady. A statement released by the office of Governor Mark Gordon announced that First Lady Jennie Gordon has tested positive for COVID-19. The governor tested positive for the virus on Friday, Nov. 25. The First Lady and Governor Gordon have been in quarantine together since Nov. 20. At this…

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…

Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin painted a dower picture of Cody’s future with COVID-19, citing alarming developments elsewhere in Wyoming and Utah as a sign of things to come. Billin posted the latest update on Park County’s COVID-19 situation on Facebook Sunday night. Always realistic and adamant in his assessment of pandemic…

A cluster of COVID-19 cases has been confirmed on the Northwest College campus, prompting more isolation during an overall successful plan to keep students and staff safe. In an email distributed to students and employees Wednesday afternoon, NWC President Stefani Hicswa confirmed: “a cluster of positive COVID-19 cases was identified among a group of epidemiologically…

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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