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FULL VIDEO: Methodist Health COVID-19 booster Q&A

Nebraska Black Women United, a first-year organization, aims to help and unite Black women business owners to achieve their goals. Douglas County Board selects new District 1 commissioner. Updated: 2 hours ago. An appointment committee has selected Roger Garcia to replace the late Mike Boyle for the District 1 seat...
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Drive thru COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Douglas County (KPTM) — The COVID vaccine has been out for almost a year and there are several ways for people to get it, including walk in clinics, home visits, while out shopping and now drive thru clinics. With many ways to get the vaccine Douglas County is still at...
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Three new deaths due to COVID-19 reported in Douglas County

Douglas County (KPTM) — Three new deaths were reported in Douglas County due to COVID-19, according to the Douglas County Health Department (DCHD). Two men, one in his 30s and one in his 70s, died, said the press release. Both of them were vaccinated. An unvaccinated woman in her 80s...
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Douglas County reports 162 more COVID cases, no new deaths

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — According to a release from the Douglas County Health Department, 162 more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the county. With the new cases, the community’s total is now up to 85,892 since the pandemic began in March of 2022. No new death certificates were...
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Douglas County officials getting ready to give COVID shots to kids

Pediatricians’ offices and some pharmacies and schools in Douglas County all are on the list of sites likely to be offering COVID vaccines for kids, pending the expected authorization of the Pfizer shot for youths ages 5-11. Douglas County Health Director Lindsay Huse said Wednesday that her staff is working...
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COVID-19 by the numbers in Douglas County Oct. 15

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FULL VIDEO: Douglas County COVID-19 update

Fiji has already been under a temporary suspension that was put in place on Aug. 25. Will unvaccinated Black parents vaccinate their kids?. A Douglas County mother says she still isn’t sure about the vaccine. 2 OPPD workers hurt during equipment testing. Updated: 28 minutes ago. Two line workers for...
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Douglas County reports 9 more COVID-19 related deaths; 7 out of 9 deaths were unvaccinated patients

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — On Wednesday, the Douglas County Health Department said it received nine new death certificates during the past day. According to a news release, none of the six men who died were vaccinated. One man was in his 50s, three were in their 60s and two were over 70 years of age. Three women over 75 years of age died and two of them were vaccinated.
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County Board Says Racial Disparities in Jails, Maternal Health Outcomes Need to be Addressed. Health Director Has Good News on COVID-19, Says More Boosters, Pediatric Vaccine Could Be Available Soon.

On Tuesday, the Douglas County Board of Commissioners met to discuss racial disparities in incarceration and health, while the local health director shared that COVID-19 cases are declining. The Omaha City Council did not meet but will meet again on Oct. 19. Douglas County Department of Corrections Director Mike Myers...
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Douglas County work to increase Black vaccination rates ahead of decision on kids’ COVID-19 vaccines

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - There are many parents who are waiting to get some COVID-19 relief for their younger school-aged children. Pfizer has requested that the government authorize its COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11. But some in Douglas County are concerned that parents in the Black community here won’t take their younger kids to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
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