Laramie County and the City of Cheyenne are committed to keeping our residents and business owners up-to-date on the latest COVID-19 information.
Laramie County information for COVID-19
What does this mean?
Laramie County is currently high risk for community transmission.
When in a high or substantial risk area, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends all individuals regardless of vaccination status wear a face covering when in public indoor spaces.
This risk level is based on two metrics from the CDC:
1. Total new cases per 100,000 in the past week
2. Positive percentage of tests.
The Wyoming Department of Health has released detailed explanations of the vaccination priority phases and subgroups. To see which phase you fall into, click the image above.
As Laramie County moves through the distribution process, we will update the reference above to reflect the current recipient group and any changes to expected timing.
Is it your turn
to get vaccinated?
When it’s your turn, there are a couple options for scheduling an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine:
Call your primary care provider
Attend one of our clinics
We also offer vaccine clinics with open registration. We're always adding new dates so check back frequently to find one that works best for you.
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinic.
8:30am - 4:30pm
100 Central Ave
Open to individuals age 5+
February 1, 2021
I get my flu vaccine every year. I have a medical history of airway issues and am trying to keep myself well. I work an essential job and have been out in this since the beginning.
February 1, 2021
I chose to vaccinate so that I may continue to serve my community safely. Being vaccinated has helped ease my concerns about providing care to those patients suffering from this terrible illness.
February 11, 2021
I chose to get vaccinated because I want to be able to help the virus slow and get back traveling, shopping and just normal life with friends and family.
Are you having these symptoms?
If so, we recommend that you limit contact with other people until you are able to get a COVID-19 test. Click the image above to learn what next steps to take.
Anyone who has had close contact with someone with COVID-19 should stay home for 14 days after their last exposure and social distance from others.
You can be tested after 5 days, but please know that symptoms can still develop after this time. If your test is negative between 7-10 days after exposure, you can return to normal life.
For information on testing and results, click the image above.
Are you a business?
If you are a Laramie County business, we have a handful of resources and references you can use to help navigate operations during COVID-19.
We know that navigating COVID-19 can be difficult and hopefully the information on this site helps answer your questions. In addition, here are a few more resources that may help you get the answers you are looking for.
Always feel free to contact us using the form below.