Coronavirus Breakdown: number of cases by counties in Nebraska

As the Nebraska DHHS & individual health departments receive test results and reports of coronavirus, Channel 8 is tracking which counties the cases appear in.
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As of  Wednesday, April 29th at 6:15 a.m., the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and individual health departments across the state report a total of 3,615 confirmed cases of coronavirus.

Individual health departments are considered the most up-to-date. Channel 8 continues to check individual health departments for the latest numbers. This list does not include recent ‘presumed positive’ cases.

Here’s the breakdown by each county:

Hall: 933

Dakota: 629

Douglas: 505

Dawson: 410

Lancaster: 161

Adams: 144

Madison: 112

Sarpy: 98

Buffalo: 90

Saline: 87

Dodge: 51

Hamilton: 48

Platte: 39

Gage: 33

Scotts Bluff: 29

Colfax: 23

Custer: 22

Washington: 22

Lincoln: 20

Merrick: 9

York: 11

Howard: 14

Saunders: 10

Kimball: 10

Gosper: 8

Seward: 7

Cheyenne: 6

Clay: 9

Polk: 7

Cass: 4

Kearney: 5

Cuming: 5

Johnson: 4

Dixon: 7

Franklin: 3

Jefferson: 2

Webster: 3

Thurston: 3

Greeley: 2

Phelps: 2

Burt: 2

Stanton: 2

Antelope: 2

Red Willow: 2

Cedar: 2

Butler: 3

Furnas: 2

Knox: 2

Morrill: 1

Cherry: 1

Nance: 1

Valley: 1

Sherman: 1

Fillmore: 1

Otoe: 1

Box Butte: 1

Pierce: 1

Wayne: 2

Nemaha: 1

Number of coronavirus-related deaths: 56

According to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, 20,207 Nebraskans who have taken the test have tested negative for the disease.

You can track the case numbers on the DHHS tracker map here.

The DHHS opened a statewide coronavirus (COVID-19) information line to help answer general questions and share the latest information and resources with Nebraskans to help keep them informed. The number is (402) 552-6645; hours of operation are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. CST, 7 days a week.

These numbers are likely to change everyday. Check back for the latest updates and numbers.

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