When I was searching for Nebraska stats, several articles like this one came up reporting that the majority of deaths were in nursing homes. This article is from early May, but my guess is that it's still the case. As far as I can tell, the one thing that hasn't changed in the COVID narrative, even though it isn't always in the headlines, is that those most at risk of dying from this illness are the elderly and people with other conditions -- and also that the vast majority of people who get it recover without ever being hospitalized, which is NEVER in the headlines.how did those people in rural areas live, who contracted this and died...were they elderly, live in community homes, or with existing conditions, or were they healthy and young - that also has to be taken into consideration. The Nebraska link gave no indication on ages, health, or living conditions
"Majority of coronavirus deaths in Nebraska at nursing homes"