MON APR 27 COVID-19 UPDATES: 32 more cases confirmed in Hall County

South Dakota COVID-19 infections continue to rise. (MGN)
South Dakota COVID-19 infections continue to rise. (MGN)(KOTA)
Published: Apr. 27, 2020 at 2:07 AM CDT
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Get a quick look at today's local, state, and national developments in the COVID-19 outbreak.

TODAY'S CASES: Nebraska | Iowa

Today's developments
8 p.m. --

has identified 6 new cases of COVID-19, all Dodge County residents.

6:16 p.m. --

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services website shows 3,358 cases from across the state. The site also indicates additional

than were reported by Central District Health Department about 90 minutes earlier, bringing the day's update there to 32 additional cases since Sunday's reports.

5:05 p.m. --

confirms 49 new cases and 1 death, bringing the county total to 489 cases and 15 deaths as of 5 p.m. Monday.

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, bringing the total there to 899 cases, according to a Facebook post from its health district. [


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as COVID-19 cases continue to rise among workers at the plant.

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The nation gets a look at

for dine-in customers during the middle of the coronavirus outbreak. The Georgia-based restaurant was among the first to serve customers as the state’s new restrictions on restaurants were lifted Monday.

3:33 p.m. --

, bringing the total number of cases reported there today to 16.

3:30 p.m. --

The NBA has pushed back plans that would allow teams to reopen their practice facilities for at least one week.

— only in places where local and state laws made such a move permissible.

3:15 p.m. --

OPPD re-opens arboretum, but reinforces social distancing and crowd limits will continue to apply. [


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: one is a child age 17 or younger; the second is an adult age 14-40.

2:37 p.m. --

Zipline brewery is offering a "Workforce Wednesday" promotion for furloughed restaurant and bar workers. [


2:19 p.m. --

Stocks rallied as

that are meant to slow the coronavirus outbreak but are also erasing businesses and jobs.

1:40 p.m. --

As meat plants struggle to remain open,

. Industry leaders acknowledge that the U.S. food chain has rarely been so stressed and that no one is sure about the future, even as they try to dispel concerns about shortages.

12:15 p.m. --

Nebraska Economic Development Director Tony Goins

, staffed by leaders from various industries to help identify and communicate the best practices to safely reopen businesses impacted by the pandemic. Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said social distancing measures will be in place through the summer and into fall.

11:30 a.m. --

of COVID-19 in the state. She said 1 in 82 Iowans have been tested, resulting in another 1,168 negative results. Reynolds also said restaurants, fitness centers, and retail stores


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until the coronavirus outbreak is over, if they’re being chased by one of the department’s K-9 officers.

10:46 a.m. --

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has

to its online list. The expanded list brings the total number of symptoms to nine.

10:36 a.m. --

A U.S. Army reservist and mother of two who competed in the Military World Games in Wuhan, China, in October said


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were reported in Lincoln, bringing the community's total to 150.

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that they will not reopen May 4 out of concern for customers and staff. They are still offering take-out services until further notice.

8:29 a.m. --

The University of Nebraska at Lincoln will hold a virtual graduation ceremony May 9 to confer a record number of degrees -- about 3,550. A livestream of the event will be broadcast on UNL's website and by NET.

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The East-Central District Health Department based in Columbus, Neb.,

within its jurisdiction.

Today's livestreams
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Iowa governor's update [


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Nebraska governor's update [


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Lincoln-Lancaster County COVID-19 update [


4:30 p.m. --

White House COVID-19 update [