Little information is available about a fourth case of COVID-19 attributed to a Seward resident other than the individual was tested in another location and is being quarantined in that community. Information is not available on when the individual was last in Seward.

The state has been reluctant to give any details about cases, leaving the communities guessing as to the significance of the positive test result on the risk in the community.

The situation management team says they have no other information as well.

This is the first positive test result attributed to Seward since the beginning of April.

This article will be updated when or if more information becomes available.

Michael Paschall is the publisher of the Seward Journal and covers general news topics. He can be reached at


Michael Paschall is publisher of the Seward Journal and president of TriDelta, Incorporated Publishing, owners of the Seward Journal.