Area health departments and hospitals are getting checkups this week from Nebraska’s public health director, Dr. Gary Anthone.
The following questions were asked recently on the Wonderline:
YORK – According to officials with the Four Corners Health Department, 39.11% percent of the total population of the health district has been fully vaccinated.
The Central District Health Department reported three new COVID-related deaths this week, bringing the total in the three-county area to 153.
The Central District Health Department recommends that parents and guardians of youths 12 and older prioritize COVID-19 vaccinations for them …
While local COVID-19 statistics are nowhere near what they were in November and December, some of the figures have risen in the last couple of weeks.
The Central District Health Department has increased its COVID-19 risk dial for the second week in a row.
Only one person is hospitalized with COVID-19 in the Central District Health Department area, and most other COVID numbers are headed in a downward direction.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in the Central District Health Department area rose from eight last week to 33 this week, but the risk dial d…
The Central District Health Department has paused its use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, following the recommendation of the Nebraska H…
The Central District Health Department reports only eight new COVID-19 cases this week, but the risk dial rose from 1.4 to 1.9.
The Central District Health Department says its supply of COVID-19 vaccine is adequate enough to vaccinate all those who are 18 and older.
For the past four months, Central District Health Department has been in the business of giving out the COVID-19 vaccines to the three-county …
Grand Island High School seniors and Grand Island Public School students who are at least 18 will have the opportunity to receive the Pfizer vaccine next week.
Late Wednesday, the Nebraska Public Health Lab confirmed the first SARS-CoV-2 variant strain in the Central District Health Department region.
The CDC says that anyone who is fully vaccinated should continue to take these precautions when in public, when visiting with unvaccinated peo…
The CDC says that anyone who is fully vaccinated should continue to take these precautions when in public, when visiting with unvaccinated people from multiple other households, and when around unvaccinated people who are at high risk of getting severely ill from COVID-19:
A Grand Island Public Schools’ Early Learning Center classroom will be closed the rest of the week due to positive COVID-19 cases.
A huge thank you to the Central District Health Department, Fonner Park and CHI Health St. Francis for the efficient and well organized event …
In Nebraska, district health departments are independent of state government.