The state of Wyoming announced that its 14-day quarantine directive has been extended, according to a statement from the governor's office.
"Gov. Mark Gordon has extended through May 8 his directive requiring any individual coming to Wyoming from another state or country for a non-work-related purpose to immediately self-quarantine for 14 days," the statement said.
The decision by the governor was made following conversations with county commissioners throughout the state. Gordon also took into consideration the existing guidance in place in neighboring states, the statement added.
"He noted that Colorado continues to discourage nonessential travel and Montana's 14-day self-quarantine directive remains in place," the statement said.
Gordon announced that on May 15, reservation-only camping at the state parks would open.