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COVID-19 case update for SE Nebraska
09/29/2020

(KLZA)-- The number of COVID-19 cases reported the week ending Friday, September 25, within the Southeast District Health Department service area was 42.

There were 12 new positive tests in both Nemaha and Otoe counties and 10 in Johnson  County.  Richardson and Pawnee counties had just four new cases each.

In the past 30 days, there have been 156 cases confirmed in the SEDHD service area with a total of 399 cases confirmed since the pandemic began. 

There have been 151 cases confirmed in Otoe County, 127 in Nemaha  County,  59 in Richardson County,  46 in Johnson County and 16 in Pawnee County. 
 

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