Steve Kiggins, USA TODAY Published 1:33 a.m. ET April 14, 2020 | Updated 2:52 a.m. ET April 14, 2020CLOSE How does coronavirus enter the body, and why does it become fatal for some compared to just a cough or fever for others? USA TODAYThe coronavirus scourge in the U.S. has reached another dark milestone: All 50 states have now reported at least one death.After nearly two weeks as the only state without a fatality, Wyoming on Monday reported the death of an “older man” in the north-central part of the nation’s least-populated state. He had “health conditions that put him at a higher risk,” according to the Wyoming Department of Health, amid a public health crisis that has killed more than 23,000 Americans.The Cowboy State had been the only in the U.S. without a death since Hawaii reported the first of its now nine fatalities on March 31.“This is a sad development we hoped we wouldn’t see in Wyoming and we want this person’s family to know they have our sympathy,” State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist said in a statement.Mapping coronavirus: Tracking the U.S. outbreakThe Johnson County man had tested positive for coronavirus before he died last week, and


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