SUBLETTE COUNTY – As of its weekly COVID-19 briefing on June 25, Sublette County Public Health confirmed no active cases of the novel coronavirus in the county. That came with the announcement from the Wyoming Department of Health, which also reported no new Sublette County COVID-19 cases in the two weeks leading up to that briefing.
Out of the 797 total cases confirmed in Sublette County since the onset of COVID-19, 790 have recovered and seven have died.
As demand for a vaccine in the county lessens, Public Health officials once again said weekly vaccination clinics are being conducted at the Public Health offices. Those weekly vaccinations feature both Janssen and Pfizer vaccinations. Registration is requested but walk-ins are welcome during those clinic days. Vaccinations are done at the Marbleton Public Health Office on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. and in the Pinedale Public Health Office on Thursdays from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Vaccinations are free and signup can be done in a matter of minutes at www.sublettewycovid.com/vaccines.
Ridley’s is also offering Moderna and Janssen vaccinations on Mondays. Signup can be done at the company’s website: shopridleys.com/pharmacy.
As of June 21, Public Health has fully vaccinated 2,350 people in the county – about 24.15 percent of its population. That is among the lowest in the state. Only Campbell, Converse, Crook, Niobrara and Weston have lower percentiles.
As a state, approximately 30.66 percent of Wyomingites are fully vaccinated.