SUN MAY 24 COVID-19 UPDATES: Goal to test all nursing home residents unmet

South Dakota COVID-19 infections continue to rise. (MGN)
South Dakota COVID-19 infections continue to rise. (MGN)(KOTA)
Published: May. 21, 2020 at 8:50 PM 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
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As of 6 p.m. Sunday the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services reported 12,134 total COVID-19 cases and 150 deaths. This is 145 more cases than Saturday

4:50 p.m. --

The Lincoln-Lancaster Public Health Department announced its 8th

along with 29 new cases. Their case total is 1,056.

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Due to states reporting data in different ways, many are left feeling confused with gaps in data. It also leaves local leaders wondering if they should loosen or

3:01 p.m. --

US Muslims are working to find holiday cheer in a time where congregational prayers and

12:40 p.m. --

The FDA is urging all Americans to follow COVID-19 safety protocols

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The state of Iowa reports 263 new cases for Sunday making a total of 17,213 cases. They also

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After testing residents who had already tested negative, the Life Care Center-Elkhorn reports that eight of them have now tested positive. They also

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The White House urged governors to test every nursing home resident nearly two weeks ago. A report says, that it won't happen. Many states say it's not possible

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