Students and staff were among the infected.March 28, 2021, 11:38 PM• 4 min readAt least 100 coronavirus cases have been linked to a day care center in Omaha, Nebraska, including some from the U.K. variant, health officials said.The Rosewood Academy Childcare and Preschool was shut down last week following confirmation of the first few cases, according to the Douglas County Health Department.As of Sunday, more than 100 COVID-19 cases were linked to the initial outbreak, and testing has shown that some were caused by the U.K. variant, a health department spokesman told ABC News.”This points out the need to be vigilant about non-pharmaceutical interventions and get child care workers vaccinated,” the spokesman said in a statement to ABC News.The spokesman couldn’t give an exact figure on the U.K. variant cases because Nebraska does not do the genomic sequencing on every sample.In a statement to ABC affiliate KETV, a spokesperson for Kelli Hansen, the owner of the day care, said staff and children were among the infected.Mandy Evert, a mom whose 4-year-old daughter attended Rosewood, told KETV that the child tested positive for COVID-19 at the beginning of March.Evert said her daughter showed symptoms similar to a sinus infection and had

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