Public Health Order | Big Horn Radio Network | Wyoming

Public Health Order

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…

Park County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin —  with the support of the Park County Commissioners — applied for the extension of the county health order which has been approved by the Wyoming Department of Health. Dr. Billin explained his rationale in a Dec. 4 Facebook post announcing the extension. He acknowledges that the order…

There will be no changes this time. The 1st of the month has typically heralded in a new set of variances to Wyoming’s public health orders, under the purview of Governor Gordon and State Health Officer Alexia Harrist. But not this month. Yesterday, in a statement released from his office, Governor Gordon said there would…

Another health order amendment will likely delight the state’s seniors. The Wyoming Department of Health has issued updated guidance which allows long-term care facilities to permit in-person visitation – but only outdoors and under specific guidelines. Each facility must designate a specific outdoor space for visitation, limit the number of visitors to two persons at…

25 is the new 10. That’s the limit of persons allowed in certain venues, as part of the easing of restrictions announced by Governor Gordon. Effective today – May 15th – movie and performance theaters, opera houses, concert halls, and music halls may operate with more than 25 people in attendance, provided they observe the…

PUBLIC NOTICE Park County Public Health Order – March 19, 2020 It has been determined that a method to control the community spread of the coronavirus is to limit large gatherings of people.  This order may reduce the likelihood that individuals that may have been exposed to the COVID-19 will spread the virus to others.…


[There are no radio stations in the database]