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The special session, proposed by Sen. Ben Hansen of Blair and Sen. Rob Clements of Elmwood, would also consider prohibiting governments and schools from mandating COVID vaccines.
"The Lt. Governor has tested positive for coronavirus," spokesperson Justin Pinkerman wrote in an email. "(Mike Foley) has mild symptoms and is self-isolating as he recovers."
The number of Nebraskans hospitalized with COVID-19 remains elevated, averaging more than 400 a day last week. New daily admissions were down slightly, from 48 to 46.
Health departments, private testing companies and others have been working to beef up COVID-19 testing capacity in parts of Nebraska where tests have been hard to come by.
A Suffolk child who died of COVID served as class "nurse," her mother wrote, walking all the sick children to the clinic.
Chesterfield County Public Schools surpassed 1,000 student COVID-19 cases Wednesday morning, according to the district’s coronavirus dashboard.
WATAUGA — It was the longest week of her life. Lisa Rominger had no idea if her husband would make it off a ventilator. She had no idea if she would be the reason he died.
Nebraska Secretary of State Bob Evnen tested positive for the coronavirus last Sunday and is isolating at home with symptoms that are described as "not severe."
As frustration continues over people who refuse to get the free COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Ralph Northam issued strong words on Monday and suggested that such people think about their obituaries.
Northam's comments on Pfizer vaccine boosters in Virginia