The Metropolitan Police Department and Nevada attorney general’s office say there are no plans to check people who are out in public during the coronavirus pandemic.
On March 18, United Way of Southern Nevada announced the creation of its Emergency Assistance and Community Needs Fund. Now, the fund has more than doubled, totaling about $381,000.
Superintendent Jesus Jara said the district and principals are working to find a way for seniors to graduate but added, “I don’t know what it’s going to look like.”
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Many centers, which were closed by mid-March as the new coronavirus spread in Nevada, are finding ways to continue helping the elderly in this uncertain time.
The search by leaders in the region for bed space for such patients will not end there as officials anticipate facing a crisis affecting cities across the country: Hospital bed shortages.
Many maintain the recommended 6 feet of separation during ventures outdoors, but not everyone is following the guidelines aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus.
Parents will be asked to provide either the student’s ID card, or the student’s name, identification number, school site and grade level, the district said Thursday.
Benefits will be extended for Nevadans currently enrolled in Medicaid or food assistance programs, the Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services announced on Monday.
North Las Vegas City Council plans to use teleconferencing. Henderson plans to use video. Las Vegas and Clark County are determining how best to do the same.