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Governor issues six-point plan to fight COVID-19

 

April 16, 2020

Nebraskans are urged to stay home and stay healthy for the next three weeks.

Thursday afternoon, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced six rules to lessen the impact of COVID-19: stay home, social distance, shop alone once per week, assist children with social distancing, help older populations social distance and exercise at home.

Ricketts said the recommendations are not a stay-at-home order or a shelter-in-place order.

"As we wage war against the virus, we are asking Nebraskans to further limit social interactions. Everyone should work, go home and shop once a week. We all need to stay home whene...



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