Let’s Work Together to Slow the Spread

Our objective is to maintain a safe, healthy and productive community and in-school learning environment throughout the school year.

Johnson County COVID-19 task force members are working together for the good of the community while making independent decisions based on each entities unique circumstances. All decisions are based on continuously evolving local health status and recommendations from Dr. Schueler, who is focused on serious illness and mortality caused by COVID-19.

– Johnson County, Wyoming Covid 19 Task Force: Johnson County School District #1, Johnson County Public Health, Sheridan College Johnson County Campus, and Johnson County Healthcare Center

As of September 24, 2021

Confirmed Johnson County, Wyoming COVID-19 Data
Updated Every Monday & Friday

Increased COVID-19 cases across the region directly impact Johnson County Healthcare Center’s ability to transfer trauma and acutely ill patients (COVID-19 positive and otherwise) to larger facilities, many of which are at capacity. Please continue to practice social distancing, proper hand washing, wear a mask indoors and get vaccinated. All of these efforts will help ensure our health care facilities are able to meet the needs of our community.

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4

Total Johnson County Hospitalizations due to COVID

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47

Total Lab-Confirmed Active COVID Cases in Johnson County

JCSD#1 Absenteeism due to positive COVID cases and close-contact quarantine:

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1.6%

of staff members are absent due to COVID-19 (based on 250 staff members)

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4%

of students are absent due to COVID-19 (based on 1,200 students)

JCSD#1 Absenteeism due to Confirmed Positive Cases vs. Close-Contact Quarantine:

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Less than .5%

of staff and students are absent due to lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases

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3.2%

of staff and students are absent due to close-contact quarantine

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Contact Johnson County Public Health

(307) 684-2564
jcwycovid19eoc@gmail.com

Testing Locations

Where to get tested in Johnson County

Vaccination Locations

Where to get vaccinated in Johnson County

COVID-19 Exposure & Quarantine

What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

Additional resources

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Johnson County COVID Recommendations


We support and encourage COVID-19 vaccinations.

The Wyoming Department of Health recommends face masks indoors when social distancing isn’t possible. While they are not currently required, masks are Highly Recommended in our schools.

Clean your hands often, with soap and water or hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

Stay home when you’re sick, and seek medical attention when you need it

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Required Daily Screening
Before Work or School


Check symptoms prior to arriving at school or work. Stay home if you experience any of the following:

Fever (100.4 degrees) or chills
Muscle or body aches
Headache
Loss of taste and/or smell
Cough
Shortness of breath 
Difficulty breathing
Sore throat
Congestion
Nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea

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CDC COVID-19 National Data Tracker

Learn more about Wyoming, USA, and global COVID data.