- New exception for face masks- if a fully vaccinated person is in an area that is not open to the general public, like a private office or break room, they no longer have to wear masks.
- For activities, sports, and other gatherings, attendance is still limited to 75% capacity, but social distancing is no longer required but recommended.
Next week, the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) plans to hold clinics at North Star, Northeast, Lincoln East, Lincoln High, Southeast, and Southwest high schools for Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) students.
A mass vaccination clinic was held today to vaccinate UNL students, staff, and faculty.
BREAKING: The COVID-19 Risk Dial for Lancaster County is now at Low Yellow, the lowest risk level the community has seen since the dial was launched a year ago.
With a drop in the risk dial, Lancaster County will be seeing new Direct Health Measures go into effect this Friday.
Health Director Pat Lopez explained, “This past week we saw a drop in the number of new weekly cases from 348 to 264. This is the largest drop in weekly cases in nine weeks. It is also the lowest weekly case count since late August.”
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) —Lincoln’s Mayor, along with local health department officials, updates our community on its vaccination progress at 3:30 p.m. We’ll be streaming it live right here on klkntv.com.
Next week’s large-scale clinics (others may be added):
- Wednesday, April 21, first-dose drive-thru clinic at Gateway Mall at the garages of the former Sears store.
- Friday, April 23, Pinnacle Bank Arena – first and second doses
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