The death toll from the disease caused by the new coronavirus in the state jumped to 26 on Tuesday with eight new fatalities reported in Clark County.
The Review-Journal is compiling a running list of resources for people throughout Clark County and Nevada affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The search by leaders in the region for bed space for such patients will not end there as officials anticipate facing a crisis affecting cities across the country: Hospital bed shortages.
Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
While some Las Vegas restaurants have shut down completely during the coronavirus outbreak, others are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services.
The convention was expected to take place April 18-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show expected about 90,000 to attend.
The organization LPTV Spectrum Rights Coalition pulled the plug Wednesday on hosting an industry event during this year’s National Association of Broadcasters 2020 convention.
Those 18 and under have made up just 2.4 percent of cases of COVID-19 worldwide, according to a report released in late February by the World Health Organization.
By reversing course and using the charged word “pandemic” that it had previously shied away from, the U.N. health agency appeared to want to shock lethargic countries into pulling out all the stops.
The state has at least 24 COVID-19 deaths, the most in the U.S.
Since the first positive test of a Nevada patient for the coronavirus last week, state government has provided little new information.
A plan of action is in place at the Clark County Detention Center to protect inmates and staff from the coronavirus-caused COVID-19 disease.
According to an emailed statement signed by CEO Tony Rodio, the company has appointed a senior management team that meets daily to make decisions on how to protect guests and employees.
Attendees are still coming to the 2020 ConExpo-Con/Ag construction equipment show in Las Vegas this week, but they’re still being cautious in light of coronavirus concerns.
The case, that of a Reno-area man in his 50s who is self-isolating at home, is the first in the state confirmed by the federal heath agency.
Amazon is adjusting workplace rules amid the coronavirus outbreak, offering unlimited unpaid time off this month and requiring employees use disinfectant wipes to clean work stations and vehicles at the beginning and end of every shift.
Stores will now be cleaning surfaces like check lanes and touchscreens at least every 30 minutes. The statement said the company is following guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends regular cleaning as a preventative measure.