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Virus Outbreak-Wyoming
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.
Nurses Helping Elderly
Wyoming nursing home residents and staff are seeing the impacts of COVID-19 diminish in the month of March.
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Wyoming nursing homes report on their COVID-19 cases, deaths, and staff shortages over the four week period ending Feb. 22, 2022.
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While Wyoming nursing homes saw a surge in COVID-19 cases among its residents over the four-week period ending Jan. 23, the state’s ratio of cases was far below the national average. That is according to the latest edition of AARP’s COVID-19 Nursing Home Dashboard.
Nursing home staff and resident
AARP data suggests nursing home cases of COVID-19 could be on the rise shortly.
Health insurance
This column originally appeared in AARP Wyoming's Jan. 2022 newsletter.
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This column originally appeared in the Jan. 2022 edition of The AARP Wyoming News
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After three months of low numbers of nursing home resident COVID-19 cases and deaths in Wyoming, things have taken a turn for the worse through the end of September and most of October, according to the latest AARP COVID-19 Nursing Home Dashboard. 
Foodborne illness
An announcement regarding an upcoming webinar on ways to avoid foodborne illness.
October 8, House Calls
As we move towards the traditional flu season, there are questions about the differences between the flu and COVID-19 viruses. At 1 p.m. Mountain Time (9 a.m. Hawaii Time) on Oct. 8, experts from Mountain Pacific Quality Health and the Hawaii Department of Health will attempt to explain the similarities and differences during a free seminar.
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