CHEYENNE — The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming increased by almost 400 on Wednesday, according to Wyoming Department of Health figures.
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Addlesperger said he expected the shortage to be relatively short-lived, with new doses set to arrive within the next few days. At its height, the hospital was administering 50 treatments a week, Addlesperger said.
Booster doses will also be administered at Sheridan County Public Health and Hospital Pharmacy West, according to the hospital’s Chief Medical Officer John Addlesperger.
At first, submissions to the Teton County Health Department’s COVID-19 complaint form were helpful. On Sept. 1, for example, an anonymous tipster wrote that Cultivate Cafe didn’t have public signage announcing the county’s mask mandate, according to records obtained by the Jackson Hole Daily.
Wyoming’s total of active coronavirus cases dropped by 39 on Thursday to fall below 4,000.
A patient holds a scheduling card for their second COVID-19 vaccine. Sheridan Memorial Hospital will begin offering third booster doses of the…
A longtime Memorial Hospital of Converse County nurse known for not ever complaining looked wearily at CEO Matt Dammeyer as he checked in with her Friday.
Kristi, 42, knew how the schtick goes. As a former respiratory therapist herself, she knew her way around an oxygen tank. That’s also why she knew that when the 6 liters of oxygen in the tank wasn’t doing the job for her, she was in worse shape than expected.
And she was right.