CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

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


Quarantine & Isolation

Sanitizing / Cleaning Information:

Schools / Childcare:

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.


COVID-19 Testing Information

  • FREE Drive Thru Testing at Four Corners Health Department!  
    • Mondays and Thursdays 11:00am – 1:00pm.  Enter parking lot closest to Lincoln Avenue – facing the hospital.  There will be signs at each parking stall with instructions.  Click here to register.
  • Butler County 
    • Butler County Health Care Center offers free drive up COVID-19 testing for persons who reside in or receive health care services in Butler County, Nebraska.  Testing is Monday – Friday from 9:30 – 10:30am at Door #2 of the hospital, which is located on the east side of the building along 10th Street.  
      • Testing is nasal or Nasopharyngeal swab PCR testing depending on the availability of testing supplies.
      • Test results are typically posted within 24 hours on the patient portal.  Depending on supply availability, results may take up to 48 hours.  Schedule your COVID-19 test here.
    • COVID-19 testing can also be done at the Butler County Health Care Center with a provider’s order. Please contact your local family practice provider if you would like to schedule a COVID test at the hospital after 10:30am.  COVID test results are found on the BCHCC Patient Portal.  Please click this link for instructions on how to register and view COVID test results.
  • Seward County
    • Memorial Health Care Systems COVID-19 testing is available through the Seward Family Medical Center by appointment.  Please call (402) 643-4800 to schedule your drive-through test.  Drive through is located in the Seward Family Medical Center parking lot.
    • Twin Rivers Urgent Care offers on-site COVID-19 Testing.  Click here for more information or to schedule an appointment.
  • York County
    • FREE Drive Thru Testing at Four Corners Health Department!  
      • Mondays and Thursdays 11:00am – 1:00pm.  Enter parking lot closest to Lincoln Avenue – facing the hospital.  There will be signs at each parking stall with instructions.  Click here to register.
    • NextCare Urgent Care in York offers COVID testing.  Walk-in only.
    • York Quick Clinic offers PCR testing.  Walk-in only.
    • Walgreens in York offers free drive-thru COVID-19 testing for people ages 3+, and has other tests available for purchase.
  • Additional Testing Information:
    • Testing Information
    • Testing: The process begins with a free online risk assessment available at BryanHealth.com and CHIHealth.com. Testing is available from:
      • Bryan Health: Testing is available without an appointment at the three Bryan Urgent Care locations, 7501 S. 27th St.; 5901 N. 27th St.; and 4333 S. 86th St.
      • CHI Health: Walk-in testing is available at three priority care locations: Antelope Creek, 2510 S. 40th St., Suite 100; Southwest, 1240 Aries Drive; and Stevens Creek, 1601 N. 86th St. For drive up testing, virtual quick care is available 24/7 at CHI Health to chat with a provider and schedule a testing appointment.
      • Nomi Health Free Drive Thru Testing:
        • Drive-thru testing is available at Gateway Mall Wednesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments are not required, but people are encouraged to preregister by visiting nomihealth.com/signup/ne.
        • Drive-thru testing is available at Central District Health Department Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Appointments are not required, but people are encouraged to preregister by visiting nomihealth.com/signup/ne.
    • Local Clinics and Urgent Cares are still offering testing.  Contact your provider to find out their current COVID-19 testing procedures.
    • Local pharmacies including CVS, HyVee and Walgreens and others also offer testing.
  • At Home Testing
  • How to use an at-home test. 
    • At Home Test Kits Are Available in Your County!  Four Corners Health Department has received a number of take home COVID tests to be available throughout the District. The test kits are free to the public and come with a free option to receive a documented lab result if desired.  If a documented lab result is needed, before opening the test kit, a person can go online to Nebraska.eMed.com. There a Certified eMed Guide will watch and help you take the test. If this is done, the test will be considered verified and can be used for official purposes. If the person chooses not to use the virtual option, the test results are for personal use only.  People can receive up to 6 test kits at one time.  
      • Test Kits can be found:
    • Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 at-home COVID-19 tests.  These tests are completely free.  Orders will begin shipping at the end of January, and usually ship in 7-12 days.  Order your tests now so you have them when you need them.
      • If you are having trouble navigating the ordering website, or would like help ordering for your household, contact Four Corners for assistance at (402) 362-2621.
      • As of March 7, 2022, every home in the U.S. is able to order an additional set of 4 COVID-19 test kits.
    • Use Your Medicaid, CHIP, or Private Health Insurance Coverage.  You may obtain up to 8 test kits per month for each individual on your plan, regardless of whether the tests are purchased all at once or at separate times throughout the month.  Contact your insurance provider to know whether the kits will be billed directly through your insurance, or if you need to purchase them and submit receipts for reimbursement.  You will not need a note or prescription for your provider.
    • Please note:  At-Home test kits are not reported through the state.  If your results are positive, you will want to contact Four Corners or your medical provider for more information.

What You Need to Know About Ivermectin

  • The Food and Drug Administration has not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating COVID-19 in humans or animals. Ivermectin is approved for human use to treat infections caused by some parasitic worms and head lice and skin conditions like rosacea.
  • Ivermectin has not been proven as a way to prevent or treat COVID-19.
  • Taking large doses of ivermectin is dangerous.
  • Seek immediate medical attention or call the poison control center hotline (1-800-222-1222) for advice if you have taken ivermectin or a product that contains ivermectin and are having symptoms. Signs and symptoms include: gastrointestinal effects (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea), headache, blurred vision, dizziness, fast heart rate, and low blood pressure. Other severe nervous system effects have been reported, including tremors, seizures, hallucinations, confusion, loss of coordination and balance, decreased alertness, and coma.
  • Never use medications intended for animals on yourself or other people. Animal ivermectin products are very different from those approved for humans. Use of animal ivermectin for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19 in humans is dangerous. 

Sources: FDA/CDC

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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRAVELERS

  • CDC Updates:
    • Travel Requirements have changed.  
      • As of 12:01am ET on June 12, 2022, CDC will no longer require air passengers traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 viral test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board their flight.  For more information, click here.
    • What you need to know:
      • Make sure you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines before you travel internationally.
      • Check your destination’s COVID-19 situation and travel requirements before traveling.  Countries may have their own entry and exit requirements.
      • Before boarding a flight to the United States, consider getting tested for current infection with a viral test as close to the time of departure as possible (no more than 3 days) before travel.
      • Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is recommended for indoor areas of public transportation (including airplanes) and indoors in U.S. transportation hubs (including airports).
    • Do NOT travel if…
      • You have COVID-19 symptoms, even if you are recovered from COVID-19 within the past 90 days or are up to date with vaccines.
      • You tested positive for COVID-19.  Do not travel until a full 10 days after your symptoms started or the date your positive test was taken if you have no symptoms.
      • You are waiting for results of a COVID-19 test.
      • You had close contact with a person with COVID-19 and are recommended to quarantine.