Nevada on Friday reported 1,003 new coronavirus cases and 20 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The third “Vax Nevada Days” raffle ceremony took place tonight at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Henderson contractor John Kovacs has announced a bid for the Republican primary in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, saying his business and engineering background uniquely qualify him for a spot representing the southern tip of the state in Washington, D.C.
The state Health and Human Services Department also reported eight deaths and a 0.1 percentage increase in the COVID-19 test positivity rate, which now stands at 12.7 percent.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra visited Las Vegas on Thursday to discuss the role that federal teams are playing to combat Nevada’s COVID-19 surge.
Nevada on Friday reported 813 new coronavirus cases and 13 additional deaths over the preceding day, capping a week in which major disease metrics in the state continued to rise and reached levels not seen since February.
The agreement by the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection allows 33 packages of unapproved waste to remain at at the site.
FEMA is working with the state to provide on-the-ground assistance starting early next week in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and stagnant vaccination rates.
Updated data posted by the state Department of Health and Human Services on the state’s coronavirus website pushed the state’s case total to 337,259.
Experts have warned of a pending eviction crisis in states across the country, and data indicates Clark County will be faced with one as well.
Concentrations of the virus in two of seven Las Vegas Valley wastewater collection sites show levels approaching those last seen during the winter wave of infections, scientists have found.
The odds are “very reasonable” for winning one of the raffle’s prizes, a UNLV mathematician said on the eve of the first drawing. That said, don’t quit your day job beforehand.
Critics of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s COVID-19 health and safety policies enforced by gaming regulators spent 45 minutes urging board mask and vaccination policies be rescinded.
Updated data posted by the state Department of Health and Human Services on the state’s coronavirus website pushed the state’s case total to 336,562.
Gov. Steve Sisolak waded further into the debate over the future of the death penalty in Nevada during an exchange Wednesday with Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson.