Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Statewide Public Health Orders (all in effect until April 17)


The City of Cheyenne and local health officials are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This page is available to provide information on the virus, basic precautionary health measures, resources, frequently asked questions (FAQ), and updates as they become available.   

COVID-19 Hub

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Includes: business survey, interactive maps/details for school closures and testing site locations, community impact dashboard, social media dashboard, and additional resources.

This site will be continuously updated with information as it becomes available. Created by the Cheyenne and Laramie County GIS Cooperative.

Resources and Links

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This page is updated with information as it becomes available to serve as a centralized location for resources at the local, county, state, and federal levels. Page features local food resources provided by organizations along with job opportunities and health care resources for those displaced temporarily or permanently. The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department has set up a phone number for all COVID-19 related questions. Please call 307-633-4000.

Frequently Asked Questions

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A Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) page for COVID-19. Page contains general information as well as information from Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC), the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department, and the City of Cheyenne. This page will be updated with information as it becomes available.


Latest update 

April 1 - Cheyenne Fire Rescue Reminds Residents to be Safe at Home During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 1 - Cheyenne Regional Medical Center to Implement New Visitation Restrictions as of 6 a.m. on April 2, 2020

March 31 - Governor Gordon signs Executive Order allowing alcohol sales with pick-up food orders

March 30 - Positive COVID-19 Cases Now at 21

March 30 - Greater Cheyenne COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund Announced

March 27 - Governor announces availability of Layoff Aversion Grants to Wyoming businesses

March 27 - Positive COVID-19 Cases Now at 17

March 27 - Governor, State Health Officer extend Statewide Public Health Orders through April 17

March 26 - City Transitions Away From Cash Payments due to COVID-19 

March 26 - Mayor Marian Orr Reiterates the Need for Agricultural Retail Stores

March 26 - Laramie County EOC and CRMC Accepting Mask Donations

March 26 - No Stay at Home Orders in Place for Laramie County

March 25 - Governor Gordon, top officials call for all Wyoming citizens to stay home

March 25 - Positive COVID-19 Cases Now at 11

March 24 - Governor, State Health Officer issue third closure order

March 24 - Eighth Positive COVID-19 Case

March 24 - Governor to allocate Business Council funding to support Wyoming distillers and brewers making hand sanitizer

March 23 - Seventh Positive COVID-19 Case

March 22 - Sixth Positive COVID-19 Case

March 21 - Fifth Positive COVID-19 Case

March 21 - Talking With Children About Coronavirus (CDC)

March 21 - Governor Announces That Wyoming Businesses Can Start Applying For Federal Disaster Loans

March 20 - Cheyenne Fire Rescue reminds residents not to mix chemicals  to make homemade cleaners

March 20 - Do Your Part to Prevent Sewer Backups

March 20 - State of Wyoming Executive Order - Emergency Exemption From Permissible Operating Time Regulations and Waiver of Allowable Size and Weight Permit Fees

March 20 - The City County Health Department has set up a phone number for all COVID-19 related questions. Please call 307-633-4000

March 20 - Statewide Public Health Order #2: Forbidding Gatherings of Ten (10) People or More

March 20  - Cheyenne Fire Rescue tells residents not to make homemade cleaners

March 19 - Statewide Public Health Order Closing Bars, Restaurants, Theaters, Gymnasiums, Child Care Facilities, K-12 Schools, Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools Statewide

March 19 - A Message from the Mayor

March 19 - Fourth Positive COVID-19 Case

March 19 - CPD Lobby Closed

March 19 - Joint Response to the COVID - 19 Situation by Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr and City Council President Dr. Mark Rinne

March 19 - Emergency Public Health Order Related to COVID-19 

March 18 - Third Individual Has Tested Positive for COVID-19 in Cheyenne

March 16 - LCSD#1 Announces Youth Feeding Program

March 16 - City of Cheyenne Work Plan March 16 Thru March 27

March 16 - Plan de Trabajo de la Ciudad de Cheyenne 16 de Marzo al 27 de Marzo

March 15 - All LCSD#1 schools closed starting March 16 until April 7. 

March 13 - City of Cheyenne Working with Local Partners to Monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 12 - Cheyenne's Drinking Water Remains Safe

March 11 - First reported case of COVID-19 found in Wyoming. 

  1. What Is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
  2. How It Spreads
  3. What Are The Symptoms?
  4. Preventative Measures
Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a respiratory disease that was first detected in China. It has now been detected in almost 70 countries, including the United States. Worldwide illnesses have ranged from mild to severe, including illness resulting in death. Older people and people with underlying health conditions seem to be at greater risk of serious illness. Those conditions include heart disease, lung disease, and cancer. There are no medications specifically approved for COVID-19. People  with coronavirus should be treated with supportive care to help relieve symptoms. Some severe cases require hospitalization, particularly in the elderly or those who have underlying medical conditions. 
  1. Residents & Visitors
  2. Recent Travelers
  3. What if I feel sick?

If you have symptoms including a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, call your primary care provider. Do not go to the doctor without calling first.

Wyoming residents with questions about COVID-19 may send an email to

Healthcare providers with coronavirus-related questions about specific patients should call 1-888-996-9104 for guidance.