Julie Anderson, Omaha World-Herald

Julie Anderson

Omaha World-Herald

Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Julie:

Nebraska's COVID cases, hospitalizations tick up

After dipping the previous week, the number of COVID-19 cases in Nebraska increased again last week. → Read More

COVID cases flat in Nebraska, but boosters are up

The number of COVID-19 cases in Nebraska was flat last week, ending a recent trend of rising virus numbers. → Read More

Nebraska's COVID case numbers down for fifth straight week

COVID cases and hospitalizations in Nebraska continue to move in a positive direction, with case numbers falling for the fifth straight week. → Read More

Nebraska's COVID numbers flatten, but hospitalizations tick up again

COVID cases in Nebraska appear to be flattening, but hospitalizations are trending slightly higher. → Read More

Nebraska's COVID case count ticks up again

After a slight dip, Nebraska's COVID-19 case count rose again last week. → Read More

Douglas County reports first presumed case of monkeypox

The Douglas County Health Department on Monday confirmed their first case of monkeypox. → Read More

Methodist hosts free health fair in Omaha

The Methodist Community Health Clinic will hold a free community health fair Monday. → Read More

Number of COVID cases in Nebraska up for ninth straight week

COVID cases are sharply up in Nebraska and are ticking up in Douglas County. → Read More

Nebraska hospitals get some relief as COVID cases continue to decline

Long-stressed Nebraska hospitals are seeing more relief as COVID continues its weeks-long retreat. → Read More

COVID vaccine shots available in Omaha this week

The Douglas County Health Department is again offering the COVID-19 vaccine for free at clinics across the city this week, and no appointment is necessary. → Read More

Bellevue residents line streets to honor Frank Kumor who died of COVID

Residents lined the streets of a funeral processional to bid farewell to Frank Kumor. → Read More

Nebraska on track for another record week for coronavirus cases

The current surge comes as the virus has spread into rural areas, not just in Nebraska but also across much of the Upper Midwest and into the Mountain West. → Read More

Nebraska nets nearly $177,000 in data breach settlement

The settlement stems from a cyberattack on insurance giant Anthem Inc. in 2014 and 2015. → Read More

UNMC to start third phase of federal COVID-19 drug trial

The third phase of the trial, which launched in February, will pair remdesivir with a type of interferon used to treat MS and some kinds of hepatitis. → Read More

Mask mandate may be coming, says head of Douglas County Board of Health

Douglas County health officials are taking steps toward requiring people to wear masks in indoor public spaces. → Read More

Lincoln will require face masks beginning Monday

Lincoln will require face masks in indoor public spaces beginning Monday. → Read More

Nebraska Medicine to open adult psychiatric emergency center this fall

Nebraska Medicine will open a long-envisioned adult psychiatric emergency center this fall, and it will be staffed 24/7 by mental health professionals. → Read More

Douglas County reported 654 new coronavirus cases in last week, 20 deaths

The weekly tallies of new cases have been declining since a peak of 1,112 during the week ending May 30. → Read More

Douglas County confirms second case of rare condition in children linked to COVID-19

The new Douglas County case involves a teenage boy who had a fever, sore throat and fatigue. He was hospitalized for several days in late May. → Read More

Douglas County reports two more COVID-19 deaths; Sarpy County reports another

Douglas County reported two additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Monday, and Sarpy County officials reported one more death. → Read More