OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Governor Pete Ricketts, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, and education officials held a press conference to discuss Medicaid health care services, the Nebraska Accommodation Project, and a new DHM for children exposed to COVID-19 in the classroom.
Angie Ling, Commander for Department of Health and Human Services, was in attendance to introduce the newest branch of the Nebraska Accommodation project [NAPS].
A school branch of the project was created to give teachers a safe way to quarantine.
“To qualify for this program you will need to be a resident of Nebraska, employed by any school in Nebraska, physically working on campus and directly with children every day,” said Ling. “Additionally one member of your household must have