(KTIV) - Nebraska health officials reported 468 new cases of COVID-19 in the state on Friday. This brings the state's total number of cases since the pandemic began up to 37,841.
Four new virus-related deaths were also reported, bringing Nebraska's death toll to 434.
Nebraska's COVID-19 dashboard indicates 166 residents are currently hospitalized, with a total of 2,131 residents who have been hospitalized due to the virus.
In the last 24 hours, the state's total recoveries rose from 28,513 to 28,816.
So far, 397,904 tests have been conducted in the state, and 359,513 have come back negative.
According to the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department, Cedar County has had four more COVID-19 cases, for a total of 68. 64 county residents test positive for the virus.
No virus-related deaths have been reported in Cedar County.
The Elkhorn Logan Valley Health Department says out of the 1,266 residents tested in Cuming County, 107 have tested positive for COVID-19. Of those cases, 68 have recovered.
No virus-related deaths have been reported in Cuming County.
In Dakota County, eight new virus cases were reported, bringing its total positive cases up to 2,065.
The Dakota County Health Department has reported 43 virus-related deaths thus far.
Health officials say Dixon County has had one new positive case. To date, the county has had 87 total cases.
Dixon County has reported a total of two virus-related deaths.
Health officials say 732 residents in Madison County have tested positive for the virus. There has also been a total of seven virus-related deaths in the county.
There have been 397 positive COVID-19 cases in Stanton County, only one case was reported in Friday.
No virus-related deaths have been reported in Stanton County.
Local health officials have confirmed two more positive cases in Thurston County. The county has reported 268 positive cases since the pandemic began.
A total of four virus-related deaths have been reported in the county.
Ten more positive cases in Wayne County, for a total of 87 thus far. No virus-related deaths have been reported in the county.