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June 11 Update Regarding Vaccine Booster Dose Letter:

If you received a letter from the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services indicating you are overdue for your COVID-19 vaccine booster dose, but have been fully vaccinated, please email the following information to [email protected]:1) first and last names, 2) date of birth, 3) vaccine type, 4) lot number and 5) vaccination date

COVID-19 Information

  • Please register for vaccine notifications on the Nebraska DHHS's vaccination portal: vaccinate.ne.gov
     
  • View Sarpy and Cass County COVID-19 vaccine clinic opportunities
     
  • Nebraska DHHS COVID-19 Information Line is open 8am-8pm 7 days a week: 833-998-2275
     

Sarpy/Cass Health Department COVID-19 Risk Dial

More information about the Sarpy/Cass COVID-19 Risk Dial can be found here.

 

COVID-19 Case Count in Sarpy and Cass Counties as of 2:55 pm June 14, 2021:

 Sarpy County

Total Tested 109,436
Confirmed Positive Cases    22,417
Active Cases 28
Deaths 132
               

Cass County 

Total Tested 13,898
Confirmed Positive Cases    2,670
Active Cases 4
Deaths 16
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.
Active Cases = number of unique individuals who are either still symptomatic, hospitalized, or within less than 14 days following diagnosis.
Deaths = number of unique individuals with COVID-19 listed as a contributing factor on a death certificate.

 

COVID-19 Vaccinations of Sarpy and Cass County Residents as of 12:45 pm June 14, 2021:

Total Vaccinations Administered 168,350
Residents Vaccinated 91,540
Residents Fully Vaccinated 80,401
Percentage of Population Fully Vaccinated     39.4%
*Vaccination numbers do not include vaccines provided through U.S. Military sources, i.e., Department of Defense, Veterans Administration, Offutt AFB
Total Vaccinations Administered = number of doses of vaccine administered to a Sarpy or Cass County resident.

Residents Vaccinated = number of unique individuals who have received at least one dose of vaccine.
Residents Fully Vaccinated = number of unique individuals who have completed the vaccination series (1 dose of Johnson & Johnson or 2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna).
Percentage of Population Fully Vaccinated = percentage of Sarpy and Cass County residents who have completed the vaccination series (based on population of 204,053).

 

COVID-19 Dashboard Sarpy and Cass Counties

COVID-19 Dashboard for Sarpy and Cass County

 

COVID-19 GIS Hub - Nebraska Resources

COVID-19 GIS Resources in Nebraska

 

 

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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

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Current Events

Repeats every week 10 times.
06/16/21
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sarpy/Cass Health Department, 701 Olson Drive, Suite 105, Papillion
Walk-ins welcome.  Appointments can be scheduled at https://vaccinate.ne.gov/en-US/covid-19%20vaccine/?registrationcode=X7P6G4021147Q0D7R2
Repeats every week 10 times.
06/18/21
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sarpy/Cass Health Department, 701 Olson Drive, Suite 105, Papillion
Walk-ins welcome.  Appointments can be scheduled at https://vaccinate.ne.gov/en-US/covid-19%20vaccine/?registrationcode=X7P6G4021147Q0D7R2
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Recent News

The Health Department confirms the first case of the COVID-19 B.1.351 variant in the health jurisdiction.  04_27_27 Media Release

The Health Department has released information about the recent pause in distribution of Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19...

Tomorrow, April 5, the Health Department will open up COVID-19 vaccination appointment scheduling for residents aged 16 years and older.  Residents aged 18 years and older can receive Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine; residents aged 16...

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VetSet

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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