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15 correctional officers, 7 inmates positive for COVID-19 at Douglas County Department of Corrections – KETV Omaha


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The the Douglas County Department of Corrections announced Thursday that 15 correctional officers and one contractor with the Douglas County Department of Corrections have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks. All are isolating at home.
Additionally, seven incarcerated individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past few weeks. Four were positive before being booked into jail.
All inmates have been relocated to a quarantine unit.
Mike Myers, director of Douglas County …

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