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New emergency order takes effect in Nemaha Co

(KMZA)--A new emergency order took effect in Nemaha County Wednesday following Governor Kelly's announcement that she's leaving any future reopening orders to local officials.

The order was issued May 11 by Nemaha County Health Officer Jane Sunderland and the Nemaha County Health Board.

The order follows the Governor's original plan to reopen Kansas, with a few additional restrictions pertaining to restaurants and convenience stores.

They include no buffets or salad bars; no self-service of unpackaged food, no bar seating and no refillable cups.

The limit on mass gatherings has increased to 30. On June 1st, all restrictions will be lifted with the exception of a mass gatherings limit of 90. On June 15, all restrictions will be lifted—including those related to mass gatherings.

You can view the entire emergency order on the Nemaha County website or on the Nemaha County Community Health Services Facebook page.

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