June 15 COVID-19 update: 68 new cases, 2 deaths in Douglas County

Published: Jun. 12, 2020 at 12:53 PM CDT
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Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported Monday by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.

Additional death in Dodge County

The Three Rivers Health Department now has a total of 734 COVID-19 cases.

Dodge County has 635, Saunders County has 58, and Washington County has 41.

They have also confirmed one new death in Dodge County. The death was a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions. Dodge County has had a total of 6 deaths.

Three Rivers as a district has had a total of 8 deaths.

Omaha Firefighters test positive

All Omaha Firefighter personnel assigned to Station 31 will be tested for COVID-19 after

In addition, 10 other firefighters at Station 31 are taking COVID leave.

According to the release, response calls will not be impacted.

OFD is following the Douglas County Health Department and OFD protocols for testing and treatments.

15 cases in Lincoln

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department confirms 15 new cases.

The community total os at 1,487. The death total remains at 10.

2 new cases in Mills County

Mills County has reported 2 new COVID-19 cases.

One case is an adult between 18-40. The other case is reported to be between 41-60.

Additional death in Pott. County

The Pottawattamie Count Public Health Department has reported an additional COVID-19 related death.

The individual was a woman over 80 from Council Bluffs. This is the county's 11th death.

The department also confirms 30 cases reported Saturday, 11 on Sunday, and 4 new cases on Monday.

Additional death in Sarpy/Cass County

The Sarpy/Cass County Health Department has confirmed its eighth COVID-19 related death.

The eighth death is a man in his 70s with underlying conditions.

There are 892 total cases in Sarpy County and 56 total cases in Cass County.

68 new cases, 2 deaths in Douglas County

The Douglas County Health Department has released early COVID-19 numbers for Monday.

The county is reporting 68 new cases and two new deaths.

The total number of cases in the county has reached 5,848 and the total number of lives lost is at 59.

Both deaths were individuals over 70. One was a man and one was a woman.