County has 600 on COVID watch; state confirmations hit 130 as Laramie, Teton counties surpass Fremont tally countApr 1, 2020 From staff reports
More than 600 people in Fremont County have been asked to self-isolate due to an assumed COVID-19 infection over the last two weeks, county officials said Wednesday in their daily coronavirus task force update
Another 56 were added to the total Tuesday, according to the report.
Over the past 14 days, 608 people have been asked to self-isolate in Fremont County, including:
• 136 in Riverton
• 131 in Lander
• 100 on the Wind River Indian Reservation
• 14 in Arapahoe
• 11 in Dubois
• eight in Fort Washakie
• five in Shoshoni
• two in Hudson
• and one in Pavillion.
Out of the 56 people directed to self-isolate Tuesday, 23 were in Lander, 18 were in Riverton, six each were in Fort Washakie and Arapahoe, two were in Dubois and one was in Pavillion.
Sixty people consulted with Fremont County physicians about potential coronavirus symptoms Tuesday, officials said.
Twenty-five people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Fremont County, including 14 in Lander, 10 in Ethete and one in Riverton.
There are 130 confirmed cases statewide.