lincoln-lancaster county health department

Thousands Of Applicants Strain Vaccine Registration Portal

Jan 21, 2021

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department's online COVID-19 vaccine registration form is experiencing technical difficulties.  The department says the problems are being caused by an extremely high volume of users.  They say as of 8:30 yesterday morning, 100 people were trying to register every second.  As of 9:30 a.m., more than 11-thousand people had registered.  The department says pages may take longer than normal to load, and those who are unable to get through should try again. 


More than 500 COVID-19 cases are now confirmed in Nebraska.  As of last night, 523 cases and 14 deaths had been confirmed statewide. More than one-third of the state's coronavirus cases are in Douglas County, which has seen 183 cases since the pandemic began.  Sixty-nine COVID-19 cases have been reported in Hall County, while Lancaster County has seen 39 cases. The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced yesterday that the county's first coronavirus-related death involves a man in his 50s who had underlying health conditions.  

LLCHD Suggests Mask Use As Covid-19 Cases Rise In Lincoln

Apr 7, 2020

More than a dozen new COVID-19 cases are reported in Lincoln.  The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced yesterday that an additional 13 cases had been confirmed.  Six of the cases involve community spread, four of the cases are travel-related and three cases are under investigation.   Thirty-one COVID-19 cases have been reported in Lancaster County since the pandemic began.