For those who missed the 2021 open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace, the federal government has extended the deadline to apply until May 15.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about OPS parents who are unhappy with changes being implemented in high schools, OPPD announcing the end of the emergency alert, and Nebraskans with comorbidities being removed from the current phase of COVID-19 vaccinations.
- OPS parents say plans to implement new academies and pathways in the district’s high schools were formed too quickly and without enough explanation.
- OPPD announces Omaha is no longer under an emergency alert.
- The Douglas County Health and Human Services Committee meets to discuss aid programs for rent relief and for veterans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Nebraskans with comorbidities are removed from phase 1B of the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan.
- State health officials say the COVID-19 vaccine could be available to Nebraska’s general population by April.
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