New COVID-19 cases push Lancaster County total to 1,090

City officials on Monday announced 34 more cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln.
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City officials on Monday announced 34 more cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln.

The new cases, which are on par with the average being reported each day, bring the total for Lancaster County to 1,090. Health officials are also reporting eight total deaths and 134 total recoveries.

Lincoln’s COVID-19 Risk Dial, which is updated each Friday, indicates that the risk of the virus spreading the community remains high.

Health officials encourage residents to continue to stay home if possible, to wear face coverings, and to wash their hands frequently.  Those at risk of complications from COVID-19 should continue to stay away from others.

Officials also urge those with symptoms of COVID-19 to get tested.  Symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, repeated shaking with chills, repeated muscle pain, headache, sore throat or new loss of taste or smell.

Those who experience these symptoms are urged to access drive-through testing offered by Bryan Health and CHI Health St. Elizabeth.  Residents begin this process with a free online risk assessment available at and

If testing is recommended, individuals will be given an order and referred to one of the testing sites.  Only those with an order and referral from Bryan Health or CHI Health St. Elizabeth, or an order from their doctor are permitted at the drive-through sites.  Those who need assistance may contact the Health Department at 402-441-8006.

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