Given that the population of Nevada is relatively young, the state “should have done better,” said one health expert.
State officials released the latest figures for coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and across Nevada
Extra monthly benefits for low-income households to buy food during the pandemic will end for Nevadans early next month.
Nevada and three others states are the only ones in which all counties are experencing low levels of the virus.
The Elko County Board of Health on Wednesday decided not to ban COVID-19 and flu vaccines in the county.
Clark County is phasing out of a rental-assistance program instituted during the COVID-19 emergency, but says it has other programs ready to take over.
After a post-Thanksgiving spike this month, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and statewide continue to decline, new state data shows.
But that doesn’t mean that older people who get the virus are more likely to die than they were earlier in the pandemic, one expert says.
With COVID-19 at medium levels in Clark County, the health district recommends indoor mask use for those 65 and older or with underlying health conditions.
The Thanksgiving holiday is likely partially to blame for a steep increase in cases in the past week in Clark County and statewide.
A Las Vegas man has been sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay more than $2.5 million in restitution for bilking the government out of millions of dollars.
Growing numbers of cases of a third respiratory virus have concerned officials, who also say we’re not defenseless against the threat.
The Clark County School District saw scores drop this year on a national standardized test compared with pre-pandemic scores, but eighth grade reading results held steady.
Cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and statewide plateau this week after increasing the prior week for the first time in three months.
The tweaked boosters have been modified to target today’s most common and contagious omicron relative of the coronavirus.