Wyoming to back off virus clampdown, but that doesn't mean Yellowstone & Grand Teton NPs will too
Wyoming officials by month's end plan to ease off on restrictions put in place to slow the spread of coronavirus, but that doesn't mean access to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks or other park system units in the state will quickly return.
“This will be a balanced approach that will be driven by two guiding principles – public safety and helping more people get back to work,” Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said. “We are going to relax some of the restrictions, while also detailing what data we will monitor to make sure we stay on the right path.”