Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths

Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths
Courtesy/ Two Rivers Public Health Department
December 12th, 2020 | Karen Schmer

KEARNEY –Two Rivers Public Health Department in Kearney is heavy hearted to report an additional death in the district related to COVID-19. The individual is a female in her 90s from Phelps County. Community Health Nurse, Susan Puckett expresses her deepest condolences to the family and friends. She states, “Words fail to express my sorrow for your loss.”

To help prevent further spread of the virus, Jeremy Eschliman, Health Director, strongly urges everyone to stay home when sick, wear face masks while in the community and in the public, and ensure proper hand washing is exercised. He emphasizes the importance of mask usage in preventing the spread of the virus, especially if people are exhibiting mild, allergy-like symptoms, or are asymptomatic and don’t realize they are infected. Eschliman reminds people that if they have tested for the virus and are awaiting results, they need to stay home until results are received. If businesses have questions on how to help protect their employees and customers, please reach out to the Two Rivers office.

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Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths

Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths
November 6th, 2020 | Two Rivers Public Health Department

KEARNEY –Two Rivers Public Health Department in Kearney is saddened to report three additional deaths in the district as a result of COVID-19. The individuals were a female in her 60s and a female in her 90s from Buffalo County, and a male in his 60s from Franklin County. Community Health Nurse Jodi Sowl expressed her condolences to the family upon learning of this loss. “Our sympathies are with these families during this difficult time of loss.”

To help prevent further spread of the virus, Jeremy Eschliman, Health Director, strongly urges everyone to stay home when sick, wear face masks while in the community and in the public, and ensure proper hand washing is exercised. He emphasizes the importance of mask usage in preventing the spread of the virus, especially if people are exhibiting mild, allergy-like symptoms, or are asymptomatic and don’t realize they are infected. Eschliman reminds people that if they have tested for the virus and are awaiting results, they need to stay home until results are received. If businesses have questions on how to help protect their employees and customers, please reach out to the Two Rivers office.

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Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths

Two Rivers Reports Additional COVID Related Deaths
October 26th, 2020 | Chris Cottrell

Kearney, Neb. — Two Rivers Public Health Department in Kearney is saddened to report four additional deaths in the district as a result of COVID-19. The individuals were a female in her 40s, a male in his 80s, and a female in her 80s from Buffalo County, and a male in his 40s from Phelps County.

Community Health Nurse Susan Puckett expressed her condolences for the families. “My sympathies go out to the family during this time
of loss.”

To help prevent further spread of the virus, Eschliman strongly urges everyone to stay home when sick, wear face masks while in the community and in the public, and ensure proper hand washing is exercised. He emphasizes the importance of mask usage in preventing the spread of the virus, especially if people are
exhibiting mild, allergy-like symptoms, or are asymptomatic and don’t realize they are infected.

Eschliman reminds people that if they have tested for the virus and are awaiting results, they need to stay home until results
are received. If businesses have questions on how to help protect their employees and customers, please reach out to the Two Rivers office.

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