Wyoming COVID-19 hospitalizations fell to 120 on Tuesday, the lowest level since Aug. 16, 2021, when there were 112 patients being treated for the virus in state hospitals.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations surged to 249 on Oct. 21, 2021, the highest level since the pandemic began, but have since been trending down.

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On Tuesday, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center reported they were treating 34 patients with COVID-19, down from a recent high of 47 on Nov. 18. Wyoming Medical Center in Casper had 28 COVID-19 patients.

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Of the 1,662 COVID-19 hospitalizations that have occurred since Jan. 1, 2021, 246, or 14.8%, have been breakthrough cases, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.

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As of Monday, a total of 243,472 Wyomingites had been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, or 42.07% of the state's population, well below the national rate.

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