Wyoming Lifts 14 Day Mandatory Travel Quarantine
Wyoming has lifted the "14 day quarantine" travel restriction and now transitioned to a "14 day monitoring" recommendation. Big move. The change came on May 8th, 2020.
In terms of the number of COVID-19 cases, Wyoming and Montana have been somewhat similar. As of 5/10/2020, Montana had experienced 458 confirmed cases and Wyoming had recorded 495 confirmed cases.
(Wyoming also has been tracking "probable cases" with 158 marked as such in addition to the confirmed.)
As of 5/10/2020 Gallatin County had THREE active COVID-19 cases, for a total of 149 total cases confirmed since the pandemic began.
As of May 1st, 2020:
- Gyms, barber shops, hair salons and other personal care services to reopen under specific operating conditions. (Locker rooms will not be allowed to open and gyms are currently prohibited from offering one-on-one personal training and group classes.)
- Eased restrictions on day care centers and allowing hospitals to resume elective surgeries (with certain guidelines)
- The public health order limiting public gatherings to 10 persons or fewer had been extended through May 15th.