SAT MAR 14 COVID-19 UPDATES: First community-spread cases reported in Douglas County and Iowa
Here's a review of Saturday's local, state, and national developments in the COVID-19 outbreak:
After denying President Trump's claims,
, in Dallas County near Des Moines, and confirms community spread in Iowa.
Gretna Public Schools will be closed for two weeks.
President Trump reportedly tests negative for COVID-19. The U.S. has also extended its travel ban.
The Douglas County Health Department announces
as well as two more travel-related cases and a possible exposure site.
Following in the footsteps of Louisiana on Friday,
Nebraska Medicine says two former passengers on the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship, along with one community health care worker have tested negative and will go home today. Eleven people remain in the National Quarantine Unit and three remain
Vice President Mike Pence is giving
has been updated
www.wowt.com/content/news/Trump-declares-virus-emergency-Puerto-Rico-sees-first-cases-of-coronavirus-568795191.html" target="_blank">to include the U.K. and Ireland
The Department of Correctional Services has announced that visitors are still allowed but several restrictions will be put in place in an effort to protect staff and inmates. After screening with several questions, the visitors will be allowed if
to help control the spread of coronavirus.