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Updated with 3 more cases at 5 p.m. — Eds.

Wyoming's reported coronavirus cases reached 200 on Sunday evening, up from 187 on Saturday. Teton County cases increased by three overnight to 39 with no new cases reported Sunday evening.

Laramie County remains the hardest hit county in Wyoming with 44 cases.

Fremont county reported 37; Natrona had 23; Sheridan had 12; Johnson had eight; Campbell had six; Sweetwater had 5; Carbon, Albany and Washakie counties reported four each; Converse and Lincoln showed three; Goshen and Uinta counties had two each. Finally, Sublette, Park and Crook counties had just one case each.

The remaining counties — Weston, Niobrara, Platte, Hot Springs and Big Horn — have reported no coronavirus cases.

On Saturday, the Wyoming Department of Health reported that 49 patients diagnosed with COVID-19 had recovered.

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Teton County Emergency Management has unveiled a new online dashboard to give Jackson Hole residents a clearer picture of the pandemic. The website presents hyper local details like Teton County cases broken down by gender and age. Tabs allow visitors to zoom out and look at what's happening at the state, national and global level. Officials recommend using the site to track overall trends and warn that some numbers may not match precisely, due to lag time in reporting and updating databases.

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CDC reports 40. The Teton County web site counts aren't consistent depending upon which chart that you are looking at. Looks like each chart is looking at their own source of information.

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