Exactly a year after the first coronavirus case was recorded in Nevada, the state has reported 295,460 cases and 5,020 deaths.
Health reporter Mary Hynes draws on her expertise and sources to answer queries on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Nevada on Saturday reported 500 new coronavirus cases and 16 additional deaths, according to state data.
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey lifted capacity restrictions at gyms, restaurants and other businesses Friday, citing lower COVID-19 cases and increased vaccination as he eases up on the pandemic restrictions that have upended life for nearly a year.
“Those lights are all going to go dark and those people are all going to be out of work,” he recalls of his moment of truth on the anniversary of Nevada’s first coronavirus case.
As major events like the NCAA Tournament were canceled and professional leagues hit the pause button, the importance of sports in our lives became even more clear.
The majority of Nevadans believe companies should be allowed to require COVID-19 vaccines among certain employees, a Review-Journal poll shows.
A strike team led by the city of Las Vegas recently administered first doses at two housing complexes, representing its most direct effort to date to immunize the vulnerable.
California officials will allow people to attend Major League Baseball games and other outdoor sporting events, go to Disneyland and watch live performances in limited capacities starting April 1.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Friday received its first allotment of the new single-dose coronavirus vaccine.
Shots at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center, 6900 North Pecos Road, are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
A majority of Nevadans would be comfortable with outdoor events but not indoor gatherings, a Review-Journal poll shows.
More Nevadans have warmed to the idea of getting vaccinated against COVID-19 over the past five months, according to a new poll.