A state lawmaker from Hawaii has tested positive for coronavirus and he is blaming a trip to Las Vegas for contracting the virus.
As the economic repercussions from the coronavirus outbreak ripple through the Las Vegas Valley, nonprofits and social services are seeing a decline in donations.
The University of Nevada, Reno, has ordered all students to collect their belongings and move out of dorms by Wednesday, raising concerns about students congregating contrary to coronavirus protocol.
The parent on Tuesday was in close contact with an employee at the school, the Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas said in an email.
The employee was in the hospital and one other DFS employee was under self-quarantine
Some North Las Vegas employees are working with Three Square in the wake of the city’s emergency declaration. Employees will be cycled through the nonprofit as needed.
The Harbor Juvenile Assessment Center, located in the Justice Center building, will remain open.
In most cases, the hospitals are still allowing visitors under certain circumstances, such as for child patients, women in labor and end-of-life situations.
Clark County officials are expanding roadwork hours along the resort corridor in Las Vegas amid the 30-day statewide closure.
A Las Vegas elementary school informed parents Wednesday that a member of the “school family” has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.