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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...
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: May. 23, 2020 at 4:54 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: 22
  • The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced that 22 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Lincoln today, bringing the community total to 1,027.
  • DOUGLAS COUNTY
    New Cases:136
    Deaths: 3
  • On Saturday, May 23, the Health Department confirmed that total cases of COVID-19 in the county have increased to 3,064 from Friday’s total of 2,928. That’s an increase of 136 cases. At last report, the positivity test rate for the week was 11 percent. DCHD also is confirming three additional deaths. These individuals include a person in their 40s and two others over 70 years of age. They bring the total deaths in the county related to COVID-19 to 30 or roughly 1 percent of the local cases.
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