All 93 Nebraska counties are covered by state directed health measures.
All counties except for Dakota, Hall, Hamilton and Merrick are in Phase II of reopening June 1-June 30:
Plans for reopening must be submitted to the local health departments and approved for all indoor and outdoor locations/venues that hold 500 or more individuals (1,000 or more in counties over 500,000 population) before reopening is permitted. The reopening plan must contain planned number of guests, how the location will meet social distancing guidelines, and sanitation guidelines.
Dakota, Hall, Hamilton, and Merrick counties are in Phase I of reopening June 1-June 30. View information on Phase 1 DHMs.
Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, and other places of worship resumed services beginning May 4. Each household must meet a minimum of six feet of separation.
Hospitals resumed elective surgeries on May 4 if they met certain capacity requirements. Dental offices, eye care clinics and veterinary clinics also reopened.
Limited and non-contact team sports, for both youth and adults, may resume practices on June 1. Games resulting from these practices (including rodeos) may begin to occur, starting June 18. However, contact sports like basketball, tackle football, soccer, and wrestling remain prohibited.