Meanwhile, new COVID cases remain low in the health district, officials say. In the two-day timeframe of April 6-7, there was only one new case identified in York County, bringing the total here to 1,710.
There were seven new cases identified in Seward County, bringing the total there to 1,937. Source
Vaccination clinics remain active throughout the health district and all residents who are 18 and older are now eligible.
As of April 7, the total cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in the Four Corners District was 5,079. There were 57 new cases in the previous 14 days, with 15 of those cases recorded in the past seven days. There were no new cases in Butler or Polk Counties, where the cumulative totals remain at 851 and 581, respectively.
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