This map reflects the latest case count as of 5:45 p.m. Saturday from the Wyoming Department of Health.
Following the launch of the St. John's Health Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund earlier this month, the foundation board has expanded the scope of how its supporting the community in its the battle against the coronavirus outbreak.
UPDATED, 1 p.m. Saturday, March 28: Within hours of being announced, the Wyoming governor's "layoff aversion" grants have been exhausted. The program has been over subscribed and is no longer available, the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce notified the News&Guide on Saturday.
Air ambulance companies that serve Jackson Hole are rushing to figure out if, and how, they can transport COVID-19 patients safely. At least one has chosen to not fly anyone who tests positive or is deemed at high risk to have the virus. That could have ramifications for rural healthcare sys…
The Jackson Town Council has called an emergency meeting at 5 p.m. today to discuss ordinances aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Mark Gordon has extended statewide health orders through April 17 to “slow community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect lives.”
Monthly unemployment numbers skyrocketed Thursday, as the federal and state government mull new assistance programs and changes to unemployment insurance.
Health officials and representatives from local government will hold a second weekly community update Friday at 3 p.m., giving the public a chance to tune in and learn the latest coronavirus-related information directly from agencies handling the crisis.
As national jobless claims skyrocket, and local support staff are swamped as they work to help those who have lost their jobs to COVID-19, resources are available, but they may be limited.
Two people call their local clinic. One is a 70-year-old man in an assisted living facility, the other a hale and hearty 25-year-old woman.
Under a tree about 10 minutes up Mount Glory, Cynthia Johnson and Dane LeBeau leaned on their poles, resting on their first trip up the bootpack. The Glory neophytes were making the best of a ski trip gone haywire because of the coronavirus outbreak.
An epidemiological investigation into Teton County’s third confirmed positive case of COVID-19 has found that the patient contracted the coronavirus through community spread, which indicates at least two of the cases are not linked.
The hum of ski trips being squeezed in this time of year left town a bit early in the wake of COVID-19 precautions rolling out across the country.
A Jackson businessman who applied for an economic assistance loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration said the website SBA.gov/disaster worked well.
One-year-old Kade Wren and 6-year-old Olivia Caballero hand-picked their lunches Tuesday, both choosing a mashed potato frittata to go with a bag of baby carrots and a Rice Krispies treat. The older one also chose apple slices, while the younger went for an orange.
St. John’s Health announced last week it would stop all elective procedures for the foreseeable future, starting Saturday, in response to a White House request for hospitals across the country to conserve medical supplies and resources.
Teton Science Schools has battened down its hatches further with another COVID-19 related closure that will see it drop over 40 staff members.
Hair salons, barber shops and other Wyoming businesses providing "nonessential personal services" must temporarily close from Wednesday, March 25, through April 3.
The Wyoming Department of Health reported a third case of COVID-19 in Teton County Tuesday night, as first reported by the Casper Star-Tribune.
Wyoming distilleries and breweries will receive some money from the Wyoming Business Council so they can help alleviate the shortage of hand sanitizer that plagued stores and consumers since the coronavirus reared its head.
In a time of difficult choices, I’ve had the responsibility to make some especially hard ones as the County Health Officer. I am profoundly grateful for the support I have had from many community members.
City officials in Victor, Idaho, signed a joint emergency declaration with Tetonia, Driggs and Teton County, Idaho, prohibiting gatherings of 10 or more people.
Teton County commissioners chose to lock the county’s administrative buildings for 10 days starting Monday in an attempt to curb contact between employees still at work and visitors streaming through the doors.
¿Siente que no sabes lo suficiente sobre la respuesta de nuestra comunidad ante la pandemia del coronavirus y lo que necesita saber?
Gov. Mark Gordon said Wyoming businesses can now apply for up to $2 million each in low-interest economic assistance loans through the Small Business Administration to help them cope with disruption due to COVID-19.