March 12, 2021—Four Corners Health Department COVID-19 Weekly Update

March 12, 2021—

Four Corners Health Department COVID-19 Weekly Update

On Friday, March 12, the Four Corners Risk Dial has been reset and drops to 1.38. For the next week, the dial remains in the Yellow: Moderate COVID-19 Risk Level, decreasing from the previous week’s 1.46. Public health recommendations and the COVID-19 dashboard are posted on our website at www.fourcorners.ne.gov.

During the past 2 days (March 11-12), there were 6 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the District:
• Seward County added 3 new cases for 1,878 cases total.
• Polk County had 2 new cases for 572 total cases.
• York County had 1 new case for a total of 1,672.
• Butler County remained at a total of 836.

As of March 12, the total cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in the Four Corners District is 4,958. There were 65 new cases in the previous 14 days, with 27 of those cases recorded in the past 7 days.

Over the prior 7 days (Feb. 27 – March 5), the totals for each county are as follows:
• Butler County—4
• Polk County—7
• Seward County—12
• York County–4

For cases occurring February 20-26, the age breakdown was:
AGE #Cases %
0-12 4 15
Teens 1 4
20s 2 7
30s 2 7
40s 3 11
50s 6 22
60s 5 19
70s 3 11
80s 0 0
UNK 1 4
TOTAL 27 100

For questions about the local situation regarding the COVID-19 virus or vaccinations, please contact Four Corners at 402-362-2621 or visit the website at www.fourcorners.ne.gov. We urge everyone in our Four Corners District to register to be vaccinated against COVID at vaccinate.ne.gov.