As of Saturday morning, there were 1,742 reported cases of COVID-19 in Nevada, according to the state Health and Human Services Department.
The Review-Journal is compiling a running list of resources for people throughout Clark County and Nevada affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
While some Las Vegas restaurants have shut down completely during the coronavirus outbreak, others are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services.
Weeks after Las Vegas updated its branding with the motto “What Happens Here, Only Happens Here,” another more urgent slogan took hold: “Stay Home for Nevada.”
After getting laid off shortly after the coronavirus outbreak, a Las Vegas man and his family were evicted from their apartment. They found temporary shelter in a 200-square-foot office but finding a more suitable solution has been challenging.
The city’s resorts have good reasons to decline sheltering the homeless during the coronavirus outbreak, even though 150,000 hotel rooms will be empty over the next four weeks.
The economy is in crisis again because of the coronavirus pandemic — but foreclosures are on pause, stopping what could have been an avalanche of repos.
Patterns and instructions for do-it-yourself face masks are all over the Internet, and making your own is a practical solution to the nationwide shortage.
The Salvation Army Southern Nevada handed out pandemic kits Friday to homeless people at its facility in North Las Vegas.
Worldwide, confirmed infections rose past 1.1 million and deaths exceeded 60,000, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. has more than 7.6K deaths.
Las Vegas residents seeking to restock their liquor cabinets during the statewide COVID-19 shutdown need not venture much farther than their front doors.
Makers & Finders will offer complimentary beer and cider with orders of $40 or more starting Saturday while supplies last.
The company also plans to institute “one-way movement” through aisles in a number of stores to protect employees and customers from the coronavirus.
Vocalist Bryan Hopkins of Elvis Monroe sings, “I’ve said stories about my life. Sounds like I’ve lived on the front lines.”
Full- and part-time workers at third-party eateries will be paid by the resort operator during the state-ordered coronavirus closure.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that his department is working to bring home Americans who have been stranded abroad because of efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic.