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Weekly COVID-19 Snapshot

Weekly COVID-19 Snapshot

The numbers of patients with COVID-19 has been increasing over the past month. This has resulted in an increase in the number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19, and an increase in the number of staff who are ill or quarantined.

This information will be provided each week to help our community understand the importance of continuing to practice the behaviors that reduce the spread of COVID-19:

  • wearing a face mask
  • maintaining social distance; 6 feet
  • frequent handwashing
  • and staying home when ill, or when family members are ill.

November 20

This graph reflects the bed capacity in the Medical Surgical and ICU units for all types of patients, including those who are being treated for COVID-19, or 32% of the total beds are available. Publically reported data on hospitalizations is available here.

This graph reflects the organization’s supply of Personal Protective Equipment, including face masks, gloves, gowns, hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies.

This graph reflects the availability of supplies to test for COVID-19 at the CCH Lab. Some of the tests collected at the CCH Lab are being sent to other labs for processing, and may take up to 5-7 days to obtain results.

This graph reflects the rate of positive tests performed in the CCH Lab. Other labs in the community, state and region also process tests for Campbell County, so it is not a representation of the positive test rate for the community.

November 12

This graph reflects the bed capacity in the Medical Surgical and ICU units for all types of patients, including those who are being treated for COVID-19, or 39% of the total beds are available. Publicly reported data on hospitalizations is available here.

This graph reflects the organization’s supply of Personal Protective Equipment, including face masks, gloves, gowns, hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies.

This graph reflects the availability of supplies to test for COVID-19 at the CCMH Laboratory. The increase in testing across the country has limited CCH’s ability to obtain testing supplies. Some of the tests collected at the CCH Lab are being sent to other labs for processing, and may take up to five to seven days to obtain results.

This graph reflects the rate of positive tests performed in the CCMH Lab. Other labs in the community, state and region also process tests for Campbell County, Wyoming so it is not a representation of the positive test rate for the community.

Other publicly reported data is available at:
https://sites.google.com/wyo.gov/exec-covid19/hospital-resources

If you think you have COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider first before coming to the hospital or a clinic. If you don’t have a doctor, get in line at the Walk-In Clinic,  www.cchwyo.org/wic. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. If you are in crisis and need to talk with a counselor please call 307-688-5555.

Get more information at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus or www.cchwyo.org/covid19.