As of 10 a.m., March 30, 2020
- Wyoming: Confirmed cases of COVID-19: 94.
- By county: Fremont still leads the state 24 cases, followed by Laramie with 20, Teton with 16, Natrona with 10 and Sheridan with 8. Johnson has 5, Carbon has 3, while Albany, Campbell, Converse, Goshen, Park, Sublette, Sweetwater and Washakie all have 1 reported case.
- Testing: 1,826 tests had been administered and processed, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.
- United States: 143,527 confirmed cases, according to Johns Hopkins Institute. Total deaths: 2,572 — Total recoveries: 4,865.
- The latest: Fremont County officials believe the number of residents with COVID-19 symptoms far exceeds the number of confirmed cases there. In a press conference Friday, Fremont County Health Officer Dr. Brian Gee said that due to lack of testing data, officials have been polling nurses, clinics and providers to better understand the picture. According to their estimates, between March 19-March 27 some 400 people presented symptoms and have been directed to self-isolate.
- More news: Jackson on Saturday became the first Wyoming town to issue a stay-at-home order, which will take effect until April 17. “I am absolutely in favor of a community-wide stay-at-home order,” Teton District Public Health Officer Travis Riddell said in a statement, adding that he strongly recommends “that residents of Teton County outside of Town limits heed the same restrictions.”