Tracking COVID-19 in Nebraska – KOLN

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – Here are the details on all COVID-19 cases we’ve been made aware of in Nebraska on Saturday:


New Cases: 53

  • LLCHD said that  53 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Lancaster County today, bringing the community total to 3,074.  The number of deaths in the community remains at 15. 


New Cases: 140

  • On Saturday, August 1, the Douglas County Health Department reported 140 new cases of COVID-19. That brings the total number of cases in Douglas County to 10,332 since the outbreak began in March.
  • The Health Department received no new death certificates related to COVID-19 during the past day. The total number of lives lost in the county from the pandemic remains at 134. DCHD has confirmed 6,824 of the cases among county residents have recovered from the illness. 

For More information, check out the COVID-19 Nebraska Cases DHHS page

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