Four new coronavirus cases were reported in Nebraska on Thursday night.
The cases include a Lincoln County woman in her 40s who recently traveled to Colorado and a Lincoln County man in his 20s who was in close contact with a person who recently tested positive. Both are self-isolating at home.
Another is a Nemaha County man in his 60s who also recently traveled to Colorado and is also self-isolating at home.
The fourth is a Sarpy County man in his 40s with underlying health problems. He is currently hospitalized.
The state says the newly identified cases bring Nebraska's number to 32, but a World-Herald tally lists 33.
Both state and local health departments are testing and publicly reporting their cases. In the event of a discrepancy between cases reported by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and cases reported by local public health officials, data reported by the local health department should be considered the most up to date, state officials say.
Local health departments have initiated close contact investigations, and all close contacts will self-quarantine and be monitored twice a day, officials said.