The head of the Southern Nevada Health District said it will be “several weeks” before COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to those in the general public in this age group.
Seventy years ago, an atomic blast detonated in a remote, sprawling swath of desert known as Frenchman Flat was seen and felt in Las Vegas, 65 miles to the southeast.
“Expect long delays,” a Nevada Department of Transportation road conditions report advised.
Authorities in Arizona have identified the Indiana resident who died Friday when a Grand Canyon tour bus rolled over about 70 miles southeast of Las Vegas.
Construction bids are being taken for a proposed second bridge over the Colorado River that would connect Bullhead City, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada.
Northbound traffic just south of Baker, California, was limited to one lane on Interstate 15 for a few hours Sunday night, according to California Highway Patrol.
The updated numbers, posted to the state’s coronavirus response website, bring statewide totals to 270,907 cases and 4,026 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
Nevada on Saturday reported 1,501 new coronavirus cases and 53 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
One person died, two were in critical condition and another 40 were hospitalized Friday after a Grand Canyon tour bus rolled over about 70 miles southeast of Las Vegas.
Former Clark County District Judge Don Chairez, a longtime Nevada attorney, died Thursday from COVID-19. He was 65.