While new cases, deaths and hospitals all have continued to fall this month, the forward-looking test positivity rate is right where it was at the beginning of the month.
Hospitals in rural Nevada still face shortages of beds, staff and supplies as they bear the brunt of the delta surge that has waned elsewhere in the state, officials said Thursday.
All COVID-19 metrics are showing marked improvement in Nevada and most models foresee new cases continuing to fall in the weeks and months ahead, a state expert said Thursday.
In early September, the school board voted 5-1 to approve a mandate, but negotiations haven’t yet started with employee unions about the topic.
CDC data showed that Clark County had a case rate of 139.54 per 100,000 people, a slight increase from a week earlier but still significantly short of the number needed to exit the mask mandate.
Just by getting a mammogram this fall, Las Vegas-area women may receive a specially designed Mammo Cup patch to decorate their favorite Vegas Golden Knights jersey. The program, which kicked off Sept. 1, is available to women who get a mammogram at certain Comprehensive Cancer Centers partner locations
With the initiation of Every Point Counts in 2019, the Las Vegas Aces has teamed with Comprehensive Cancer Centers to encourage both screening and fundraising options for the American Cancer Society and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Flor Gomez, 48, and Ema Gomez, 55, were diagnosed one year apart with two different types of breast cancers. Today, both are cancer-free.
Emma Burkey, who suffered a devastating COVID-19 vaccine side effect, is undergoing nearly 30 hours of physical therapy each week as she fights to regain her ability to walk.
New cases and hospitalizations extend recent declines as positivity rate remains unchanged at 7.0 percent.
Popularization of a drug that some are using as a way to treat COVID-19 has created increased demand for the veterinary form of the medicine in Las Vegas, some veterinary medicine practitioners say.
It was the second straight increase reported in the forward-looking metric, which stood at 7.0 percent as of Monday’s update.
As the delta wave of COVID-19 recedes, optimism has crept into the public discussion: Could the worst be behind us? Experts say it could be, but many unknowns remain.
A Mineral County man first infected with the delta variant tests positive 22 days for a new substrain of the virus known as AY.26.
New cases, deaths, hospitalizations and positivity rate all dropped from the prior week, though the descent in the new cases rate slowed.