The agency warns that some coronavirus antibody tests are inaccurate and said even the better ones should not be used to determine who can safely return to work or school.
While its direct impact on the homeless population is still unclear, the coronavirus pandemic has made life on the streets of Las Vegas harder in many ways.
A Clark County elections employee’s COVID-19 diagnosis should not affect the upcoming primary election or its result reporting and ballot verification processes.
The Southern Nevada Health District has tapped swimming pool and restaurant inspectors among others to notify close contacts of those who test positive for COVID-19.
Officials and staff members from the Southern Nevada Health District will conduct a video briefing to provide updates about the agency’s COVID-19 response in Clark County.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Tuesday for the first time posted detailed data for Clark County on the number of COVID-19 cases by ZIP code and city.
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.
The Clark County firefighters’ exposure happened during a medical call involving a patient who has since been tested for COVID-19.
On Wednesday, the district clarified that it is still doing some testing but is “asking health care providers to send their specimens to private laboratories for testing.”
Health authorities on Friday announced eight new positive tests for COVID-19 in Clark County and one in Northern Nevada, bringing the state total of coronavirus cases to 20.