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By Seth Klamann
Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Social distancing support wanes

 

Andrew Brosig, Torrington Telegram

Someone at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington took social distancing to a new level recently, placing a cloth face mask on the bronze statue of a female welder outside the CTEC building on the campus. Since the virus reached Wyoming, creative people across the state have adorned statues, animals and even houses with the masks that have become a familiar sight in the face of the pandemic.

CASPER - More than half of Wyomingites say they're comfortable attending large outdoor events this summer, according to the latest University of Wyoming survey on the impacts of coronavirus.

The study found an overall drop in support for following measures recommended to slow the spread of the virus.

Still, while the number of people who are changing their routine, washing their hands and avoiding physical contact with others continues to drop, the majority of the nearly 500 people surveyed said they were undertaking those measures. The number of people who said they were avoiding public ga...



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