Health Department

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 After Hours Emergencies:  402-441-8000

 

We work with our partners to assure a healthy community for the residents of Lincoln and Lancaster County. On our site you will find many helpful tools for our Department including:

We hope you find the website helpful and welcome your feedback.


Face Covering Requirement for Lincoln and Lancaster County

Information and frequently asked questions 

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  1. Crowded Places
  2. Close Contact
  3. Confined Spaces

Find out what you can do to help stop the spread

 

Tailgating Safely

How to keep your defense strong

 


 


Flu Vaccination Information

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department brought together key people from our community to form an advisory group around the topic of vaccinations. This group has been advising and making recommendations regarding local decisions related to influenza and COVID testing, along with planning for administering the COVID-19 vaccine. Participants on the advisory group include physicians, long-term care and aging services representatives, and Health Department staff.

  • It's not too late for a flu vaccination.  The current recommendation from the CDC is that persons 6 months and older receive a flu vaccination.

  • By wearing masks, using physical distancing, and routinely washing hands --- we are hoping to see a decrease in flu cases this season.

Vaccines are a selfless act. They protect yourself, your family, and your friends. Vaccines are available through your doctor’s office, at a local pharmacy, or check to see if your work might be providing flu shots to employees.

The Health Department is also now offering flu vaccinations for anyone in the community 6 months and older. An appointment is required.

Call 402-441-8065 during business hours between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday to schedule your flu shot. Appointments will be available between 8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday thru Friday at the Health Department Clinic, located at 3131 O Street.