Health officials announce 17 new COVID-19 cases in Nebraska, state total 145

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KCAU) – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has announced 17 new COVID-19 cases in Nebraska bringing the state total to 145 Monday.

York county reported its first case of COVID-19 while Dodge county reported nine additional cases for a total of 75.

Washington and Buffalo counties announced one additional case each.

Sarpy county reported two additional cases and Lancaster county reported three additional cases.

The DHHS says 2,734 COVID-19 tests have been given in Nebraska, with 2,584 tests returning negative.

The number of positive tests by county as provided by the Nebraska DHHS is below.

75 Douglas 

13 Sarpy 

9 Washington 

8 Lancaster 

6 Hall 

6 Buffalo 

5 Lincoln 

3 Dodge 

3 Adams 

2 Cass 

2 Saunders 

2 Madison 

2 Knox 

1 York 

1 Gosper 

1 Dawson 

1 Platte 

1 Scotts Bluff 

1 Kearney 

1 Nemaha 


With many Siouxland restaurants closed to dine-in customers, we know that it is our friends, family, and colleagues that are the ones being affected by these unprecedented times.

At KCAU 9, we know it is important to support our local businesses.

With that in mind, we’ve created a list of restaurants across Siouxland that are open and still serving food through either delivery or curbside pickup.


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