Wyoming’s vaccination rate remains among lowest as schools, UW and state agencies wrestle with how to address “new, concerning” phase of pandemic.
As pandemic’s one-year anniversary arrived, Gov. Gordon lifted the state mask mandate, lawmakers continued to sort through public health bills and active cases dipped below 500 for the first time since September.
Lawmakers resumed in-person session work this week. One bill discussed would give elected officials more power over health orders.
As lawmakers — many vaccinated — prepare for a redesigned session amid steady infection improvements, Gov. Gordon relaxes some restrictions.
Vaccination numbers grow, but the percentage of Wyoming residents who say they’ll receive it remains around 60%.