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Sarpy/Cass Health Department COVID-19 Risk Dial

Moderate COVID-19 Risk

COVID-19 Risk Dial


Data current as of 11:55 am on September 24, 2020

Previous week risk score:
1.63 (September 17)

About the Risk Dial


Current COVID-19 Case Count in Sarpy and Cass Counties as of 3:35 pm September 29, 2020:

 Sarpy County

Total Tested 44,577
Positive Cases 3,650
Recoveries 3,183
Deaths 26

Cass County 

Total Tested 5,624
Positive Cases 320
Recoveries 278
Deaths 2
Total Tested = number of unique individuals who have received a COVID-19 test, not total number of COVID-19 tests collected.
Positive Cases = number of unique individuals who have received a positive COVID-19 test result; contact investigation is completed and verified prior to posting on this chart.
Recoveries = number of unique individuals who are not ill or hospitalized at 14 days following diagnosis.
Deaths = number of unique individuals with COVID-19 listed as a contributing factor on a death certificate.

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Our Vision

The highest quality of life for all Sarpy and Cass County residents

Our Mission

To improve the lives of all Sarpy and Cass County residents through prevention, promotion, and protection of the public's health

Our Organizational Values

  • Collaboration
  • Empowerment
  • Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Respect

Current Events

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Recent News

The Health Department has provided updates to the COVID-19 situation in Sarpy and Cass.  View the media release here.

Sarpy and Cass Counties move to phase 4 of the Directed Health Measures effective September 14, 2020, and continue through October 31.  View the updated DHM here.

The Health Department's office in Papillion will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020, in recognition of Labor Day.

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Veterans Outreach

The Department’s veterans outreach program, VetSET, is a rural veteran coordination project funded through a grant from the Veterans Affairs Office of Rural Health to the Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors. The goal of the program is to support veterans and their families who reside in rural or underserved areas.

The program assists local veterans by connecting them to resources such as fitness coaches, exercise routines, and community agencies offering financial assistance.

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Safe Kids

Safe Kids Sarpy/Cass

Safe Kids Sarpy/Cass is dedicated to educating families about childhood safety and injury prevention.  The program offers no-cost child passenger safety seat inspections and safety presentations to parent groups, elementary schools, daycare centers, and camp groups.

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Active Aging

The Active Aging program serves seniors in both Sarpy and Cass Counties with the goal of helping them remain safe and in their homes for as long as possible.  The program focuses on chronic disease prevention, nutrition, and physical activity.  Department nurses offer low-cost foot care and blood pressure screening, home visitations, and educational presentations.

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Maternal and Child Health

The Department's Sharing and Caring program offers a variety of maternal and child health services to our community.  Goals of the program are to promote healthy families, empower parents through education and support, improve breastfeeding success, and develop community connections.  Department nurses provide education and support on a variety of pregnancy and parenting-related topics.

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Emergency Preparedness

The Emergency Preparedness program is responsible for identifying all risks that could impact the public health of our communities. We create, maintain, and practice emergency response plans designed specifically to address the potential disasters. Department staff work closely with many local and federal agencies to help insure the continued well-being of the residents should we face a disaster.

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Environmental Health

The Environmental Health program controls environmental hazards and preserves and improves environmental factors for the achievement of optimum health, safety, comfort, and well-being.

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