/Officials have reported 4 more COID-19 deaths in Dakota County, EU

Officials have reported 4 more COID-19 deaths in Dakota County, EU

Dakota County, Neb. (KTIV) – On Thursday, the Dakota County Department of Health announced 37 new confirmed patients of COVID-19, bringing the total number of counties in the county to 1,492.

The department reported four more deaths in the county. On May 14, 11 Kavid-19s died in Dakota County.

The Dakota County Department of Health encourages Nebraskans to follow “Six Rules to Keep Nebraska Healthy.”

  1. Stay home. There is no unnecessary work and no social gathering. Respect the limit of ten people.
  2. Remove your work socially. Work from home or use the six foot rule as much as possible at work.
  3. Acting alone. Do this once a week and don’t keep your family with you.
  4. Help children with social distance. Play at home, no group sports and no playground.
  5. Help seniors stay home. This can be done by shopping for them. Don’t miss out on long-term opportunities.
  6. Exercise daily. Try your best to stay as healthy and safe as possible.

Click here for the latest COVID-19 information from Nebraska.