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Tracking COVID-19 in Nebraska

The IHME forecast found that the demand for ventilators and ICU beds will far exceed capacity for COVID-19 patients by the second week of April in the U.S. However, in Nebraska, that is unlikely. (Source: IHME)
The IHME forecast found that the demand for ventilators and ICU beds will far exceed capacity for COVID-19 patients by the second week of April in the U.S. However, in Nebraska, that is unlikely. (Source: IHME)(KOLNKGIN)
Published: Jun. 6, 2020 at 4:20 PM CDT
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Here are the details on all COVID-19 cases we've been made aware of in Nebraska on Saturday:

LANCASTER COUNTY
New Cases: 36
  • The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced that 36 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Lincoln on Saturday, bringing the community total to 1,329.
  • DOUGLAS COUNTY
    New Cases: 76
    Deaths: 2
  • On Saturday, June 6, the Douglas County Health Department confirmed that total cases of COVID-19 in the county have increased to 5,066 up from the previous day’s total of 4,990. There is a positivity rate of 12.3 percent so far this week. Almost half of the total cases to date are among people aged 25-49. There are two new deaths to report. Douglas County has lost a man and a woman, both with underlying conditions. One of these individuals was between 50 and 64 years of age while the other person was more than 65 years old.
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