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SEDHD reports fewer new COVID-19 cases
01/20/2021

(KLZA)-- The number of new COVID-19 cases within the Southeast District Health Department decreased in the latest reported period from January 10 – 16. 

Richardson County had 20 new cases reported.  There were 14 new cases in Johnson County,  five in Pawnee  County,  27 in Nemaha County and 41 in Otoe County for a district-wide total of  107 new cases.   

The previous week there were 174 new cases reported.  

Richardson County has now had 627 cases with 16 confirmed deaths.  Pawnee County has 182 total cases with three deaths.  In Nemaha County the total number of COVID-19 cases is 656 with 10 deaths.  Johnson County has 596 positive cases with seven deaths and in Otoe County the case count since the pandemic began stands at 1,133 with four deaths reported.

Within the Southeast District Health Department five-county region there have been 3,194 confirmed cases with 40 confirmed deaths.


 

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