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COVID-19 restrictions lifted in Nemaha Co

(KMZA)--All COVID-19 related restrictions have been lifted in Nemaha County.

The Nemaha County Board of Health and Local Health Officer Jane Sunderland issued an order Monday lifting the restrictions, effective immediately.

According to a release from Nemaha County Community Health Services,  the decision did not come without thorough discussions with multiple entities.

The release says the community's hard work during the prior months has created a good foundation for the county's local health care systems to become equipped for COVID-19 testing and caseloads.

County residents are urged to continue practicing COVID-19 infection control measures--including social distancing and a wearing face mask in public.

As of Tuesday, Nemaha County had 19 positive cases of COVID-19.  12 of the individuals have recovered and are no longer in isolation, while 2 are hospitalized.   


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