KFOR NEWS December 24, 2020) The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) reminds you changes to the state Directed Health Measure effective Thursday (12/24) do not impact the DHM in effect for Lincoln and Lancaster County. Local DHMs running through January 15, 2021 include:
Restaurants, bars and other food service establishments:
Pedal pubs and party buses:
Childcare numbers as well as religious gatherings – including weddings and funerals – will be governed by the current state DHM.
the State is moving from the “yellow” to “blue” phase of its coronavirus pandemic response plan. As a result, the State of Nebraska is issuing new Directed Health Measures (DHMs) effective 12:01 AM on Thursday, December 24, 2020. The new DHMs change some of the restrictions put in place to help manage the coronavirus pandemic.
Nebraska’s pandemic response plan links DHM restrictions to the percentage of staffed hospital beds in Nebraska filled by coronavirus patients. The percentage is below 15% (7-day rolling average), which is the threshold for the State moving to the “blue” phase of its pandemic plan.
The state is moving from the “yellow” to “blue” phase resulting in the following DHM changes effective Thursday (12/24):
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