As of 3 p.m. Monday, June 14, the number of laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases seen since the disease was first diagnosed in the state in March 2020 stood at 51,539, an increase of 371 confirmed cases over the 51,168 reported on June 7.
Laramie County reported 155 new confirmed coronavirus cases over last week.
Sweetwater County had 51 new cases; Campbell County had 43; Natrona County had 23; Albany County had 22; Park County had 12 new cases; Uinta County had 11; Fremont County had ten; Converse County had nine; Goshen, Sheridan and Sublette counties all reported five new cases; Crook and Teton counties had four; Big Horn and Carbon counties each had three new cases; Johnson and Platte counties each had two; Hot Springs, Lincoln and Weston counties reported one new case each.
Niobrara County showed no change in the number of laboratory confirmed coronavirus cases.
The number of confirmed cases declined by one in Washakie County.
The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 437, a decrease of 40 from the 477 active cases reported on June 7.