10/26/20 • Day 43 of Phase IV • Nationwide case trends

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Today we have stories about President Donald Trump’s Omaha visit, United Way’s rental assistance program and Governor Pete Ricketts COVID-19 update.

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  • On Monday, Governor Pete Ricketts and other officials announced plans for distributing COVID-19 vaccines statewide.
  • David Karnes, a former U.S. Senator for Nebraska and a civic force in Omaha for decades, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 71.
  • Thirty-three inmates and 10 employees at the Scotts Bluff County Detention Center tested positive for COVID-19 last night.

What to do during quarantine?

From our list of things to do during quarantine:

Birding Like a Boss
One of my most indelible childhood memories was when grandma wrapped up ham salad sandwiches and a thermos full of milk in our picnic basket, and we took off on a sunny fall day to DeSoto Bend to watch vast flocks of birds as they migrated. The Audobon Society  has an extensive list of great areas to go birding near Omaha. It’s a great way to spend time together in nature.

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