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Gov. Pete Ricketts provided an update on steps taken by the State of Nebraska to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Monday afternoon.

At the time of recording, there were now 155 cases in Nebraska, with 75 in Douglas County.

Ricketts said the social distancing guidelines will continue through April 30, but the Directed Health Measures will supersede those guidelines.

John Albin, Nebraska Commissioner of Labor, said there are six new unemployment benefits that are part of the CARE Act.

Click this link to watch Gov. Ricketts address.

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