LINCOLN, Neb. (KTIV) -- Things will start to return to a sense of normalcy for DMVs across the state of Nebraska.
Gov. Pete Ricketts announced, beginning Wednesday, May 26 any that had closed due to COVID-19, will reopen across the state. Also resuming tomorrow will be driver tests for courthouses, where walk-in public traffic is available.
Nebraska officials say the following counties will be offering drive test beginning May 26:
- Red Willow
- Scotts Bluff
Ricketts also said drivers, 72 years or older whose licenses were set to expire this year, will be extended for 1 year.
Officials say staff at Nebraska DMVs will be provided with personal protective equipment and customers will be required to wear a face-covering during their drive test. Customers are reminded to bring their face covering with them to the driver licensing office to wear during their drive test.
Nebraska residents are encouraged to use online driver licensing services available at dmv.nebraska.gov.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KTIV) -- Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts held his daily news conference Monday at 2 p.m. to update the public on the state's response to COVID-19.
KTIV App Users: To watch the news conference on KTIV.com, click here.