I doubt it, at least not in such a direct way. Amazon would need to update their Routine logic in order to enable this. It’s theoretically possible now, but you’d need a Wyze Plug, plugged into the wall doing nothing.
First, you’d need to make a rule in Wyze for each contact sensor that you want to sound an alarm, and tell it to turn the Wyze Plug on when the contact sensor is opened. You’d need as many rules as you have contact sensors
Then, you’d make a rule in Wyze to turn off the Wyze Plug after 5-10 seconds. (So that it’s ready to go next time a sensor is tripped)
Then, you’d make a Routine in Alexa that makes a sound each time the plug turns on.
I’m hoping for a Wyze Virtual Switch functionality in the app eventually. This would allow for interactions like this without needing to buy a dedicated Wyze Plug sitting in a wall doing nothing. Be sure to go there and vote for it if you’d like to see them add it.
Edit: Sorry, I just realized I already mentioned some of this in my last post in the thread. Well, it’s the #1 feature I’d like to see, (Virtual switch) so I try to get people on board any time I see a potential use case for it. Haha