OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — As coronavirus cases come in throughout our area on Monday, KMTV will update this story with the latest numbers. Check back often for updates. The latest updates will be posted at the top. You can find our full coronavirus coverage here.
- 8,572 cases
- 100 deaths
SOUTH HEARTLAND DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT
- One death reported in Adams County on Monday
THREE RIVERS PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
15 cases of COVID-19 from over the weekend and today. The positive cases are all Dodge County residents and consist of the following:
5/9/20 – Four new cases
These cases are all Dodge County Residents. The contact investigations are completed and all close contacts will self-quarantine. There are three females and one male between the ages of 19-46 years of age.
5/10/2020-Four new cases
These cases are all Dodge County Residents. There are three males and one female between the ages of 26-66 years of age. These contact investigations are just beginning.
5/11/2020-Seven new cases
These cases are all Dodge County Residents. There are five females and two males between the ages of 20-39 years of age and one minor. These contact investigations are just beginning.
As of Monday morning, local hospitals reported 522 medical surge beds were available and 96 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19. Of the 373 ventilators available to area hospitals, 148 were in use, including 38 for confirmed COVID-19 patients.
CENTRAL DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT
- Total of 1,410 cases and 43 deaths in health jurisdiction
- Hall County has 1,338 cases and 35 deaths
- Hamilton County has 53 cases and 8 deaths
- Merrick County has 19 cases and 0 deaths
- 45 new cases reported for a total of 1,452 to date.
- Two additional deaths for a total of seven to date.
DOUGLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
- On Monday, May 11, the Health Department reported 39 new cases of COVID-19 in the county for a total of 1,635 since the start of the outbreak.
- A woman older than 90 has passed away. This is the 21st death related to the disease.
- Since Friday, May 8, three clients and one Stephen Center staff member have tested positive for COVID-19.
- Following the advice of the Douglas County Health Department, all Stephen Center programs – emergency shelter, HERO treatment program, and permanent supportive housing – are quarantined and not accepting new intakes.
- The National Guard will conduct testing for all current Stephen Center clients and staff today.
- At this time, all volunteer activities on campus have been suspended.
- Their dock remains open for contactless donation drop-offs. The center will post a list of critically needed items on their Facebook page.
LINCOLN-LANCASTER COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
- 40 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Lincoln Monday morning, bringing the community total to 647.
- Iowa passes 12,000 COVID-19 cases
- 414 new confirmed cases for 12,373 total cases to date
- Five additional deaths for a total of 271 total deaths to date
- 5,249 recovering and 394 hospitalized
POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
- Pottawattamie County Public Health reported one new COVID-19 cases an elderly adult (80>) from Council Bluffs.
- The total of COVID-19 cases in Pottawattamie County is now 85.
- Currently, 40 individuals are self-isolating, one is hospitalized, 41 have recovered, one moved out-of-state, and there have been two deaths.