Check our website often for the most up-to-date Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information.  


These numbers are updated at the end of each day. More detailed information will be released at the end of each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. You can access past updates and press releases here.

The Four Corners District COVID-19 Risk Dial is updated weekly, and can be found here.

Four Corners COVID-19 Update:

As of 4:40pm on July 7, 2020

Polk County has 12 cases
including 11 recoveries
370 tested
Butler County has 52 cases
including 49 recoveries
616 tested
York County has 46 cases
including 39 recoveries
1254 tested
Seward County has 48 cases
including 31 recoveries and 1 death
1115 tested
COVID-19 lab-confirmed case totals today for the Four Corners District are 158.
27 active cases
130 recoveries
1 death


If you are in need of accommodations because you are unable to go home because of an at-risk person, go to this site for the Nebraska Accommodation Project.  

Thank you for all your efforts in fighting this virus.


Check here for the latest information for the Corona Virus (COVID-19).

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has set up a coronavirus (COVID-19) information line that will allow residents to get answers to general questions and receive information on resources available. That number is (402) 552-6645; hours of operation are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. CST, 7 days a week.

Sanitizing / Cleaning Information:

Schools / Childcare:

Nursing Homes / Long Term Care Facilities:


Agricultural Communities:

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General Information:

Many of these links can be translated into other languages.  If you are looking for specific languages, you can access the Language Assistance Services from the CDC as well by clicking here.


  • Nebraskans returning home from international travel (excluding healthcare workers, commuters, and other unique groups as defined below) should self-quarantine and self-monitor for 14 days upon return/arrival. Those staying less than 14 days in Nebraska should self-quarantine and self-monitor for the duration of their stay.
  • Every healthcare worker who returns from international travel should consult with a trained medical professional at their facility (e.g., infection preventionist or physician) and establish a specific infection control protocol (e.g., PPE while at work, self-monitoring, self-quarantine) that mitigates patient and co-worker exposures. Special considerations should be taken for those working with high-risk patients (e.g., patients in long-term care, chronic heart or lung conditions, diabetes, pregnant women).
  • All individuals should limit public interactions, practice strict social distancing, and self-monitor for symptoms. All individuals who develop fever or respiratory illness symptoms, should immediately self-isolate, and report to a healthcare provider if symptoms are severe or medical attention is needed (calling ahead, when possible). If symptoms are mild, follow home care guidance and guidance to discontinue self-isolation (further defined below). 
  • Find more information from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
  • CDC Information for Travelers
  • Travelers or Persons With Potential Exposure to a COVID-19 Case


  • Self-quarantine: Persons with known or potential exposure to a person with COVID-19 infection, or international travel, should remove themselves from situations where others could be exposed/infected should they develop infection, and self-monitor to identify if COVID-19 infection develops.
  • Self-monitor: Monitor yourself for symptoms consistent with COVID-19 infection, including cough, shortness of breath, fever, sore throat, and fatigue. Persons with known exposure to COVID-19 infection are asked to check for symptoms including fever twice daily (e.g., 8 am and 8 pm). Persons with COVID-19 infection should document symptoms to enable accurate determination of duration of isolation.
  • Self-isolate: Persons who tests positive for COVID-19 or develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (including fever of 100.4 F. or above, or a sudden onset of a cough or sudden onset of shortness of breath) should eliminate contact with others.
  • Social distancing: Minimize interactions in crowded spaces by working from home, closing schools/switching to online classes, cancelling/postponing conferences and large meetings, and keeping individuals spaced at least 6 feet apart.
  • Close contact: an individual who has been within 6 feet (2 meters) of a person who tested positive or someone with the following symptoms including: fever of 100.4 F. or above or  sudden onset of a cough or sudden onset of shortness of breath, for at least 10 minutes.


Briefings will be held every other Thursday, beginning Thursday, June 25th.