Teton County reported 11 more confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total known active infections to 54.
Steep increases since Thursday mean the county has now exceeded its previous peak for known active infections.
Before today, the county’s single-day record for active cases was 46, recorded April 13 and 14, according to the COVID-19 dashboard.
The update follows 10 new confirmed cases Saturday, three on Friday and 11 on Thursday.
Since the pandemic started, Teton County has reported a total of 208 confirmed and probable cases. So far, the county has also reported 153 recoveries.
Sunday's uptick tied Thursday's count for the county's largest single-day spike reported in a 24-hour period, according to the Jackson Hole COVID-19 dashboard and data from the Wyoming Department of Health. Combined, the last four days have brought 35 newly reported cases.
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