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CDC Recommendation: Postpone Non-Urgent Dental Procedures, Surgeries, and Visits

(updated March 20, 2020)
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Johns Hopkins University & Medicine | Coronavirus Resource Center 

Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19. 
This website is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.​
(updated daily)

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The Wyoming Dental Association Board of Directors took thoughtful care and time in making decisions that were very tough-- your leadership does not take this responsibility lightly and recognizes the gravity this viral pandemic has pressed upon us all.
As an association and a community of dentists in Wyoming- we are strong.
By choosing to stand beside each other during this time of uncertainty-- we will get through this together. 
We urge everyone to reach out (virtually) to one another for support during this rapidly evolving situation. 
Please see the special statement from the Wyoming Dental Association in conjunction with the American Dental Association below.

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President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America

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3/17/2020 Interview with our 14th District Trustee, Dr. Brett Kessler. 

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Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Resources

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WY SPECIFIC
UNEMPLOYMENT INFO:
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Workers who have lost their jobs through layoffs may be eligible for Unemployment Insurance.
While that financial assistance does not replace a full paycheck— it can help people through the hard times.
 
Anyone who has lost work through no fault of their own can file for Unemployment Insurance benefits online at:  wyui.wyo.gov
The online application is the quickest, easiest way to file. 
Please use the online portal if you have internet access.
 
With the increase in unemployment claims- the telephone lines are at their maximum capacity making wait times extremely long.
 
Those needing assistance with the unemployment application may call their local workforce center.
 
Listing of DWS Workforce Centers:  ↓
 
Afton Workforce Center:
307-886-9260
 
Casper Workforce Center:
307-234-4591
 
Cheyenne Workforce Center:
307-777-3700
 
Cody Workforce Center:
307-587-4241
 
Douglas Workforce Center:
307-358-2147
 
Evanston Workforce Center:
307-789-9802
 
Gillette Workforce Center:
307-682-9313
 
Jackson Workforce Center:
307-733-4091
 
Kemmerer Workforce Center:
307-877-5501
 
Lander Workforce Center:
307-335-9224
 
Laramie Workforce Center:
307-742-2153
 
Newcastle Workforce Center:
307-746-9690
 
Powell Workforce Center:
307-754-6436
 
Rawlins Workforce Center:
307-324-3485
 
Riverton Workforce Center:
307-856-9231
 
Rock Springs Workforce Center:
307-382-2747
 
Sheridan Workforce Center:
307-672-9775
 
Torrington Workforce Center:
307-532-4171
 
Wheatland Workforce Center:
307-322-4741
 
Worland Workforce Center:
307-347-8173
 
For a list of frequently asked questions and answers, please visit: 
 
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