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TRPHD’s COVID-19 Daily Case Update
Kearney- Two Rivers Public Health Department is reporting current daily numbers, clarifying total case numbers for the YRTC test results, and introducing a new joint campaign with Governor Ricketts. The district currently has 39 total cases. New cases include:
• A Dawson County female in her 30s
• A Dawson County male in his 50s
• A Buffalo County female 30s
• A Buffalo County male 30s
• A Buffalo County female in her 30s
LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts proclaimed April 10-30, 2020 as “21 Days to Stay Home and Stay Healthy in Nebraska” during his daily press briefing on the State’s response to the ongoing pandemic. Infectious disease experts project that the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will be at or near its peak in Nebraska by the end of April. For the next three weeks, the Governor is urging Nebraskans to avoid non-essential errands and to limit social gatherings in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus.
Two Rivers Public Health Department is reporting seven new cases of COVID-19, bringing the district total to 34. TRPHD is completing further investigation into these cases. Buffalo County: six cases (four at YRTC) and two others. One Kearney County case. All cases outside are isolating at this time.