The toll serves as “a stark reminder of how deadly this virus is,” according to the official in charge of the state’s response.
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In a memo to employees Tuesday, the Clark County School District said employees who sign up earlier could be turned away or rescheduled at vaccination sites.
Clark County and Southern Nevada Health Heath District representatives provide updated vaccination information at a news briefing.
Meanwhile, officials said they would be tightening procedures at Nevada’s largest vaccination site.
Some of those receiving the vaccine at one Las Vegas site Tuesday said they didn’t make an appointment and weren’t asked for ID, despite a policy requiring both.
Las Vegas and Clark County were among the many communities across the U.S. participating in a national remembrance for the 400,000-plus people who have succumbed to the coronavirus.
The group is expected to meet for the first time in early February, the Nevada System of Higher Education announced Tuesday.
The 400,000-death toll is nearly equal to the number of American lives lost annually to strokes, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, flu and pneumonia combined.
University Medical Center opened the by-appointment-only site on Monday to Nevadans 70 and older, health care workers and first responders
The grim milestone wasn’t entirely unexpected in a state with 40 million residents but its speed was stunning.
Southern Nevada Health District posted Monday morning that “frontline community support” workers can schedule an appointment.
The updated numbers, posted to the state’s coronavirus response website, bring state totals to 262,794 cases and 3,784 deaths since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
California is closing in on 3 million coronavirus cases as the state tries to smooth the rocky rollout of vaccines during a continuing spike in COVID-19 deaths.
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast lane to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but face a long line before it’s their turn.