CASPER — The number of people in Wyoming reporting that an immediate family member has contracted COVID-19 doubled between September and October, according to the latest version of a University of Wyoming survey meant to gauge public opinions about the novel coronavirus.

Conducted Oct. 6, the ninth iteration of the university survey administered by the Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center shows a growing apprehension about the future and anxiety about the virus’s spread in Wyoming.

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