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The reporting of more than 1,400 recoveries among coronavirus patients brought the number of active coronavirus cases to the lowest point seen in more than two months on Monday.

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Booster shots, the long-anticipated answer to the more contagious delta variant of COVID-19, have arrived in Teton County, helping residents breathe a bit easier through their third winter with the virus.

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At first, submissions to the Teton County Health Department’s COVID-19 complaint form were helpful. On Sept. 1, for example, an anonymous tipster wrote that Cultivate Cafe didn’t have public signage announcing the county’s mask mandate, according to records obtained by the Jackson Hole Daily.

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More than 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and half a year into vaccination efforts, Jackson Hole residents are significantly more vaccinated than the rest of the state. The county is also seeing fewer deaths compared with similarly populated counties.

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U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis in her monthly newsletter reiterated her stance on COVID-19, the deadly virus which has hospitalized as many Wyoming patients in recent weeks as it did at the height of the pandemic.

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Teton County residents at risk of severe COVID-19 infection can expect additional immunity against the coronavirus as early as next week, thanks to rapid Wyoming approval of Pfizer booster doses.

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With 80% of adults over 18 fully vaccinated in Teton County, vaccinated individuals now make up the majority of the community. Now health officials are launching an innovative vaccination effort to further increase the community protection from COVID-19.

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Teton County School District No. 1 advised Munger Mountain Elementary School families on Friday that students who rode Bus 17 in the morning or afternoon this past week may have been exposed to a COVID-19-positive individual.

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In the mid-20th century polio ravaged the United States, causing paralysis in more than 15,000 people each year. Vaccines created in the 1950s and ’60s have helped bring the disease to the point where no documented cases have originated in this country since 1979.

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The deaths of three more Wyoming residents are being attributed to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.