The death toll from the disease caused by the new coronavirus in the state jumped to 26 on Tuesday with eight new fatalities reported in Clark County.
Providers continue to work to serve parents who work in essential businesses; Nevada officials work to open more spots for children.
The number of Nevada COVID-19 cases has surpassed 1,000, the Department of Health and Human Services reported Monday, hours before two deaths were announced in Washoe County.
Medical experts in Southern Nevada discussed the coronavirus pandemic in a panel Monday morning.
When schools and businesses shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, Las Vegas saw mass blood drive cancellations.
Bracing the nation for a grim death toll, President Donald Trump on Sunday extended the voluntary national shutdown for a month.
With fewer and fewer mental health resources available as providers not using telemedicine close up shop, it’s straining a system that already was stretched thin.
There are four more reported deaths in Clark County due to coronavirus, according to the Southern Nevada Health District’s website.
Be honest, not alarmist, and keep the kids on a daily routine, local mental health experts advise.
When Dr. Fermin Leguen became the Southern Nevada Health District’s acting chief health officer last fall, nobody could have predicted how recognizable his name would become just months later.