Perhaps it may not come as a surprise to those in Wyoming, but the Cowboy State ranks right near the bottom of the list of states in the U.S. when it comes to getting vaccinations, which doesn't just apply to the COVID-19, but others as well.
The University of Wyoming announced that a total of 70 University of Wyoming students and employees have tested positive for COVID-19 during their one-time testing program at the start of the semester.
The test positivity rate has remained consistent at just over 1 percent since then, with the finding that 66 percent of students and 88 percent of employees said they’ve been vaccinated in an anonym
The University of Wyoming has put out more information regarding the mask mandate for indoor spaces this fall semester.
With some exceptions, masks are required inside most University of Wyoming buildings where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible through at least September 20, under a policy that takes effect today (August 16).
Black Dog Animal Rescue in Cheyenne has announced their first ever Community Vaccine Clinic. The vaccine clinic will take place, Saturday, August 21st. The event will go from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Black Dog Animal Rescue's location at 2407 E. 9th Street in Cheyenne.
A junior accounting major is the second winner of a $300 prize in a weekly drawing for University of Wyoming students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.
The $300 cash prizes, as well as other prizes, will go out weekly until the sixth week of the fall semester Sept. 27.
The City of Laramie, in partnership with Coal Creek Coffee Company and Tap House and the Albany County COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, will be holding a vaccination event on Saturday, June 5, from 1-4 pm.
Both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available for anyone who is 18 or older. Th...
As of Monday, 1,653 of UW’s 2,941 benefited employees had reported receiving at least one dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, and 50 reported having received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
There have been no reports of serious side-effects among those vaccinated at the Albany County Vaccine Clinic.