Please visit the link to our COVID-19 Information page here. We will be updating that section of the site with information about our vaccine supply and the priority groups who will be offered the vaccine first.
All current case counts in lincoln county are updated once a day (usually around 3 p.m.) and can be obtained by visiting the WYOMING Department of Health CoVID 19 Website. There you will find statewide, county by county breakdown of total cases, recoveries, deaths, and hospital capacity information.
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isolation & Quarantine Document Requests
In order to expedite the access to Isolation & Quarantine documentation needed for employers & schools, the Wyoming Department of Health has created online documentation requests.
If you have tested positive and need your ISOLATION ORDERS, please visit this link to request them.
If you are a close contact/household contact to a positive case and need your QUARANTINE ORDERS, please visit this link to request them.
Please visit the Wyoming Department of Health's website for general covid-19 Guidance for travel, schools, daycare providers, faith organizations, Grocery & retail stores, theatres, pools & gatherings.
Businesses can request PPE from the State here.
hotlines & emails
Do you have questions on COVID 19? Please email the Wyoming Department of Health: email@example.com or Public Health at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wyoming 211 and the Wyoming Department of Health are partnering to provide a public telephone helpline for COVID 19 questions and information. By dialing 211 from anywhere in the state of Wyoming people c an receive information about COVID 19 and local resources. The line is available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Dial either 211 or 888-425-7138 during those business hours.
- Star Valley Health COVID19 automated information hotline: 307-885-5007
- Star Valley Health Live Support line open 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you want to contact a live person to talk about symptoms, please call 307-885-5008.
- South Lincoln Medical Center has set up a symptom hot line: 307-800-8719
- Lincoln County Public Health in Afton: 307-885-9598 or to contact the Kemmerer office: 307-877-3780
- 1-877-720-5721 is the national reporting hotline for people encountering fraud related to COVID-19.
- The Wyoming Department of Health has a consistently updated COVID 19 website with all of the latest Wyoming related information and recommendations as well as current and past official Wyoming Department of Health press releases on COVID 19.
- Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has a COVID19 informational website
- All our current recommendations come from the Centers for Disease Control. Please visit their official COVID 19 website.
- Star Valley Health has an informational website, including updated Visitor Restrictions to the Hospital and now including a count of testing for the Star Valley area. If you are ill and are requesting an appointment please call ahead - do not simply show up at the hospital if you are actively ill. If you are experiencing cough, sore throat, fever, body aches and fatigue, please call their symptom hot line.
- South Lincoln Medical Center updates their Facebook page regularly. If you are ill and are requesting an appointment please call ahead - do not simply show up at the hospital if you are actively ill. If you are experiencing cough, sore throat, fever, body aches and fatigue, please call their symptom hot line.
- Sterling Urgent Care has an information page related to COVID-19 and their services, including the availability of Telemedicine visits.
- Public Health posts information as soon as it is available on this website and also on our Facebook page. Public Health will also share relevant posts from local agencies and businesses as often as possible via the Facebook page.
- Lincoln County Homeland Security & Emergency Management are also providing constantly updated information on their Facebook page.
Public Health has created a Facts versus Fiction website regarding face coverings. Please take a look at it here!
The best thing one can do is stay informed by visiting any of the websites linked above for accurate, up to date information and follow the CDC recommended precautionary measures for
current covid19 related news
- free at home covid19 testing is available to wyoming residents. visit wdh for more information.
- Wyoming's First Lady has a Wyoming Hunger Initiative to assist with food needs for vulnerable populations. Please visit their website for more information. Click on Lincoln County to see what is available in our county.
- The Wyoming Public Health Laboratory began testing for COVID 19 on March 5, 2020. Any testing must be coordinated through a healthcare provider.
- Contact Star Valley Health at 885-5700 to coordinate testing.
- Contact South Lincoln Hospital District at 307-800-8719 to coordinate testing.
- Contact Sterling Urgent Care at 307-885-3637 to coordinate testing.
- At home PCR testing kits are available from Vault Health's website. The fee for these test kits are waived when you enter a Wyoming address. More information about the at home testing can be found at the Wyoming Department of Health's website.
At this time Public Health offices are not conducting testing. Testing must be done through your healthcare provider.
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For Basic information on COVID-19 (i.e. what it is, how it spreads, how to protect yourself and others, etc.) please visit the Centers for Disease Control's FAQ page located here.
Wash your hands often
- Wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you've been in a public place or after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
- IF soap and water are not readily available, a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol can be used.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Put distance between yourself and other people if COVID 19 is spreading in your community. This is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.
The CDC does NOT recommend the use of surgical masks or N95s for most healthy individuals. These types of masks are recommended for those in healthcare professions, those who are ill, or others who are in direct care of sick persons.
The CDC IS recommending the use of cloth face coverings for the general public and are asking that they be worn in situations where one cannot maintain 6 foot distancing from others (i.e. grocery store, pharmacy visits)
- Protect others by staying home when sick, cover coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect frequently touched daily surfaces (including tables, doorknobs, light switches, phones, desks, handles, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks). Most common household disinfectants will work or you can use a 4 teaspoons of bleach per quart of water mix or a mix of 1/3 cup bleach per gallon of water mixture. Click here for the CDC's Disinfection Guide.
- For people who need to take extra precautions, the CDC has resources available here or click here for guidance for high risk individuals.
Informacion sobre la enfermedad del Coronavirus 2019 es disponible en el sitio de los Centros para el Control de Enfermedades. Oprima aqui para leerlo en español. Oprima aqui para obtener instrucciones en espanol como usar una cubierta de tela para la cara.