- First COVID-19 records: March 12 (first case), April 13 (first death)
- Weeks with the sharpest increases: April 23 to April 29 (cases), May 28 to June 3 (deaths)
- Total case count as of June 24: 1,279
- Total death toll as of June 24: 20
Some states have notable clusters or super-spreader events they can point to as causing outbreaks of the virus, but such was not the case in Wyoming. The state had a relatively even community spread, according to local health officials, who said the virus spread from too many sources to track in its most populous counties.
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