The most recent of those contracts — one of at least five totaling more than $69 million — was signed a few months after the company made a $20,000 donation to the Nebraska Republican Party.
Wind gusts of over 50 miles per hour forced Nomi Health to shut down its testing sites, which are run out of tents, at noon Friday.
Small hospitals say the transfer center often can't help them, leaving them to call individual hospitals to try to find beds for ill patients.
The former Test Nebraska operator paid off debts of more than five dozen people, which totaled nearly $75,000.
At issue is whether the blacked-out information in a validation report qualifies as trade secrets or should be released under public records laws.
Nomi Health already has opened a drive-thru site at Oakview Mall in Omaha and plans to open one Friday at Gateway Mall in Lincoln.
By the close of business Tuesday, Nebraska is scheduled to have in hand an additional 30,000 coronavirus test kits and four machines capable o…