As of Friday, November 13, the Four Corners Risk Dial has moved to 3.25, which is now in the Red Severe COVID-19 Risk Level. In the previous week, the setting was 3.0. This represents an increased risk factor of 0.25. At this time, Four Corners strongly urges our communities to Avoid the 3 C’s: Crowded Places, Close Contact and Confined Spaces. Remember to wash your hands often and wear a face mask that covers your nose and mouth. Public health recommendations and the COVID-19 dashboard are posted on our website at www.fourcorners.ne.gov.
There have been 147 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the Four Corners District in the past 2 days (November 12-13):
- York County had 67 new cases for a total of 814.
- Seward County had 41 new cases for a total of 984.
- Polk County had 20 new cases for 331 cases total.
- Butler County added 16 new cases for 424 total cases.
The total cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in the Four Corners District is 2,553. There have been 887 new cases in the past 14 days, with 432 of those cases recorded in the past 7 days.
Over the past 2 weeks (14 days), the totals for each county are as follows (these recent cases represent most of our active cases):
- Butler County—123
- Polk County—106
- Seward County—374
- York County–284
In the past 7 days, the age breakdown of the cases is:
AGE #Cases %
0-12 25 6
Teens 48 11
20s 54 12
30s 63 15
40s 59 14
50s 51 12
60s 74 17
70s 42 10
80s 14 3
90s 1 <1
Unknown 2 <1
TOTAL 433 100
Four Corners reports 1 new COVID-19 related death as of Friday (11/13/2020):
- A Butler County man in his 70’s, who had been hospitalized.
This brings the total COVID-19 related deaths in the district to 21. Polk County has had a total of 11 COVID-19 related deaths; Butler County increases to 4. Seward and York County have each had 3 COVID-19 related deaths.
For questions about COVID-19, please contact Four Corners at 402-362-2621 or visit the website at www.fourcorners.ne.gov.