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Masks aren’t enough anymore, not even two. It is time to step our game up against the COVID-19 virus and get this thing to go away. How can we make this community safer? Well, with new guidelines in place Park County residents will be asked to put on a hazmat suit wherever you go in…

Being a full year into the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some things that have become normal but just one year ago we would have thought were crazy. One of those things is working from home. According to FlexJobs.com, an estimated 26.7% will still be working from home through 2021, 36.2 million Americans (22% of the…

A Teton County man tested positive for the variant COVID-19 virus strain, state and local health officials said.

Over the coming weeks and months Wyoming’s phased approach to providing free, safe and effective vaccinations to help prevent future COVID-19 infections will continue for established priority groups based on availability. Phase 1 is intended for when vaccine supply is limited and with doses being allocated for specific populations. As of now the state remains focused…

Governor Mark Gordon has announced a return to normal operating hours for bars and restaurants, praising the response by Wyomingites that has resulted in a decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations around the state. On January 9, bars and restaurants can resume onsite consumption from 10 pm to 5 am. The updates to health orders also allow…

By late May, it was back open to the public, and visitation has set records every month since September.

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Health officials in Alaska reported a health care worker had a severe allergic reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine within 10 minutes of receiving a shot. U.S. health authorities warned doctors to be on the lookout for rare allergic reactions when they rolled out the first vaccine, made by Pfizer and Germany’s…

It’s here. Photos courtesy of Ashley Trudo At 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, Cody Regional Health received its first shipment of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine – 975 doses that will be distributed to healthcare providers throughout Park County. Cody Regional Health, Powell Valley Healthcare, and Park County Public Health will receive doses of the vaccine and…

In response to hospital visits and COVID cases continuing to rise in the state, Gov. Mark Gordon made an announcement Monday that restrictions will grow tighter in attempt to slow the spread. The overall strategy in the new wave of regulations will be lowering the number of people in groups, closing businesses down earlier as…

The latest amendments to the state’s public health orders reflect the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, getting more restrictive for the first time in several months. Governor Mark Gordon released the new amendments to the state’s ongoing public health orders yesterday. It’s the 17th continuation of the orders since their implementation in March 2020.…


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