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After Nebraska’s reopening led to record COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, the state is changing course in hopes that renewed public health restrictions will stanch the infections.

Gov. Pete Ricketts continues to lean on personal responsibility to make the difference in the pandemic. In his announcement Friday, the governor also emphasized a new public service message urging people to avoid problem situations to help slow the virus.

This article originally ran on omaha.com.

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