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Gov. Pete Ricketts will answer questions about the coronavirus and the state's response during an NET News town hall Thursday evening.

The one-hour event will begin at 7 p.m.

The town hall will be carried on television and radio by NET and streamed on the NET website, the NET Nebraska app and on Facebook. Viewers and listeners may ask questions during the program by calling 800-676-5446 or 402-472-1212.   

Joining the governor will be Dr. Gary Anthone, chief medical officer for the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, and Matt Blomstedt, state education commissioner. 

Questions also may be emailed both before and during the broadcast to news@netNebraska.org or submitted to the Facebook pages for NET Nebraska, NET News or NET Radio, or submitted via Twitter or Instagram using the #COVID19Nebraska.

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Many companies have pledged to pay employees for at least the next two weeks, ranging from large retailers such as Kohl's and The Buckle to small local businesses such as Sandy's. But plenty of people are finding themselves out of work with no pay.

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The mall announced in a news release that it would suspend its hours, starting at 7 p.m. Monday, with plans to reopen April 6.

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The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services reported late Thursday night that an 11th Nebraska resident has apparently contracted the coronavirus. HHS is waiting for confirmation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This article originally ran on journalstar.com.

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