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Covid19 cases continue to climb in SE Nebraska
07/30/2020

(KLZA)-- The number of coronavirus cases within the five-county Southeast District Health Department jurisdiction continues to climb with seven additional cases confirmed Wednedsay.

Five of the cases are from Nemaha County including males in their fifties, forties and a minor and two females,  one in her forties and one in her fifties.

A Richardson County man in his seventies brings the total county cases to 18 and a Pawnee County male in his fifties brings the county total to six.

Nemaha County now has had 18 confirmed cases with 38 cases in Otoe County and 11 in Johnson County.   

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