As of 3 p.m. Monday, June 28, the number of laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases seen since the disease was first diagnosed in the state in March 2020 stood at 52,177 an increase of 329 confirmed cases over the 51,848 reported on June 21.
Laramie County reported the greatest increase in lab-confirmed coronavirus cases: 162. Sweetwater County had 32 new cases; Natrona County had 27; Albany County had 24; Campbell and Sheridan counties had 14 each; Fremont and Uinta counties had 12 each; Converse, Goshen, and Park counties all reported five new cases; Carbon County had four; Johnson, Lincoln and Platte counties all had three new cases; Big Horn and Teton counties had two new cases each; Niobrara and Sublette counties had one new case each;
Crook and Weston counties showed no change in the number of laboratory confirmed coronavirus cases. Hot Springs and Washakie counties each reported a decline of one case, due to data adjustment.