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10 COVID-19 cases confirmed in SE Nebraska
07/28/2020

(KLZA)-- The Southeast District Health Department confirmed 10 additional cases of COVID-19 within the five-county district on  Monday. 

Five of the cases were confirmed in Nemaha County, including females in their twenties, forties and fifties and two men in their twenties.

Three cases were confirmed in Pawnee County. All three were males in their fifties.

There was one additional case confirmed in Richardson County,  a female in her thirties with the final case being a female in her twenties in Otoe County. 

The new cases bring the total number of cases in the district to 84.  38 of the cases are in Otoe County,  17 in Richardson County,  13 in Nemaha County,  11 in Johnson County and five cases in Pawnee County. 

All of the identified cases are in self-quarantine.  

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