The Clark County Commission on Tuesday will address how much Grubhub, Postmates and others can charge restaurants.
The jump in fatalities, which brought the death toll in the state to 830, was the highest single-day increase announced by the state since the beginning of the outbreak.
Nevada recorded 1,018 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 more deaths over the preceding day as the death toll in the state surged past 800, according to data posted Thursday.
The number of new cases was below the daily average of slightly more than 1,058 over the preceding week and was the lowest daily total announced by the agency since July 20.
A “fluid gender social lifestyle club” is suing Clark County in federal court as it seeks to retain its business license amid a government effort to shut it down.
Nevada recorded 1,105 new cases of COVID-19 and 20 additional deaths over the preceding day, according to state data posted Tuesday.
With coronavirus infections on the rise in Clark County, jury trials that had been scheduled to start next month in District Court were canceled, Chief Judge Linda Bell said Monday.
“The pandemic is making an already very bad situation monumentally worse,” said Derek Price, CEO of Desert Hope Treatment Center.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the homeless man found dead on the side of the road on July 13.
The drive-thru coronavirus testing site at Texas Station is relocating indoors next week to Cashman Center, ending a roughly monthlong operation at the hotel-casino’s parking garage.
New cases were below the daily average of just over 1,011 over the preceding week, while fatalities were below the daily average of more than 12 over the period.
Some government agencies have refused to release their pre-pandemic plans to allow the public to assess how well the agency was prepared for the coronavirus.
Clark County recorded 786 new coronavirus cases and nine additional deaths as of Saturday morning, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The emails obtained by the Review-Journal provide the clearest evidence to date that Superintendent Jesus Jara misrepresented the origins of the proposed Assembly Bill 2.
The agency overseeing the regional response to the coronavirus pandemic is scrambling to locate places for tens of thousands of students to learn outside the home as the school district prepares for virtual instruction.