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Las Vegas Strip casinos accepting bookings after shutdown ends - Video
Nevada’s 30-day casino shutdown is set to end April 16, and some Las Vegas properties are accepting bookings for the following day.
Isolation and quarantine center for homeless at Cashman Center - VIDEO
A new isolation and quarantine center for homeless is under construction at the Cashman Center in downtown Las Vegas, March 31. (K.M Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas residents talk about life under coronavirus lockdown
Las Vegas residents talk about life under coronavirus lockdown. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Local Costco employees test positive for coronavirus - Video
Two Costco employees at separate wholesale stores in Henderson have tested positive for the new coronavirus. One works at at 3411 St. Rose Parkway and the other at 791 Marks St.
Southern Nevada Health District OKs $3M annex for COVID-19 isolation - VIDEO
The Southern Nevada Health District Board of Health on Tuesday voted to allocate $3 million for a 40-bed isolation facility for people who test positive for the new coronavirus.
Macy’s to furlough majority of 130,000 employees amid coronavirus closures - VIDEO
On March 30, Macy’s Inc. announced their decision to furlough a majority of their employees and instead move to the “absolute minimum workforce needed.” (Las Vegas Review-Journal
Day care changes hours and takes extra steps to help guardians - VIDEO
Sarah Washington, whose children attend Discovery Gardens Childcare, shares the importance of the facility’s hour changes, and child care director Ariella Thomas discusses some other changes Discovery Gardens Childcare has made, in Las Vegas on Monday, March 30, 2020. (Elizabeth Page Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Elipagephoto
An empty Las Vegas Strip from the air - Drone Video
For the first time in forever, the famed Las Vegas Strip is closed for business amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV call center volunteers answer coronavirus concerns
UNLV medical students, residents and physicians are fielding as many as 3,000 calls each day from community members who are wondering if they should be tested for COVID-19.
Coranavirus victim Howard Berman playing the harmonica in April 2014 - VIDEO
Howard Berman, 66, playing the harmonica at a jam session in April 2014. Berman, who was active in the Las Vegas music community, died on March 24, 2020, from COVID-19. (Diana Andriola)
UNLV athletes deal with season cancellations - Video
UNLV spring sport student-athletes are coping with the fact that their season's have ended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Touro University Nevada students screen homeless at Cashman Center
Students of Touro Univeristy Nevada are volunteering to screen homeless persons for symptoms of COVID-19 prior to allowing them access to the temporary homeless facility at Cashman Center.
Gov. Sisolak Orders Halt to Evictions - Video
Governor Steve Sisolak announced a halt to all residential and commercial evictions while the state of emergency stays in effect to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
Red Rock And Hoover Dam Closed Due to Coronavirus - Video
Red Rock and Hoover Dam close down due to the Coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.
Ikem Okeke Trying to get Noticed By NFL Scouts With His Pro Day Canceled Due to Coronavirus - Video
Ikem Okeke is a Bishop Gorman High alum who played his college football at Hawaii. After his pro day was canceled due to the coronavirus, he's attempting to catch the attention of NFL scouts by creating his own workout using the same company that tests at the combine. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Boris Johnson, UK prime minister, tests positive for coronavirus - VIDEO
The 55-year-old leader of Britain made the announcement via Twitter on Friday. He is the first Western leader to confirm that he has contracted the virus. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Can coronavirus live on shoes? - VIDEO
The COVID-19 pandemic has already raised questions about how long the virus can live on clothing. But what about shoes? (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
COVID 19 testing and mask shortage
Health Reporter Mary Hynes talks about the latest in statewide testing efforts and the mask and other medical supply shortages for frontline medical staff.
Golden Knights' Fleury discusses his quarantine - Video
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about what he's been up to during the coronavirus pandemic alongside other Pacific Division stars.
Spring Valley High is piloting the Chromebook loaner program for the district
Spring Valley High is piloting the Chromebook loaner program for the district. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Sisolak and Dr. Shadaba Asad discuss COVID-19 - VIDEO
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and UMC Director of Infectious Disease Dr. Shadaba Asad discussed COVID-19 precautions and other information related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sold-out Electric Daisy Carnival still scheduled for May - VIDEO
In a post on his social media platforms, festival founder Pasquale Rotella confirmed that EDC remains scheduled for May 15-17 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway despite coronavirus concerns that have sideline scads of other live music events. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Homeless outreach organization feeds people in age of social distancing - VIDEO
Homeless outreach organization Food Not Bombs handed out sack lunches, hygiene kits and blankets on Foremaster Lane in Las Vegas, Thursday, March 26, 2020. Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, which has temporarily closed its dining room and emergency night shelter, also handed out to-go lunches on Foremaster Lane. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
City of Las Vegas responds to calls to allow restaurants offering curbside pickup
Alcohol is now allowed in curbside meal pickups in Las Vegas. The city of Las Vegas has responded to calls to allow restaurants offering curbside pickup service to include alcohol in those meals. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada construction continues as coronavirus spreads
When Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered Nevada businesses closed, he let construction workers stay on the job, deeming homebuilding and other construction “essential” lines of work.
Lady Gaga delays new album release - VIDEO
The pop star was planning to drop her sixth LP, "Chromatica," on April 10, but she's made the "tough decision" to push back the launch following the coronavirus outbreak. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
US weekly jobless claims soar to record-breaking 3.28M - VIDEO
The U.S. Department of Labor released the shattering numbers on Thursday. Jobless claims had been as low as 282,000 the previous week. The 3.28 million jobless claims for last week is more than double the 1.5 million new claims that analysts were expecting. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ways to keep yourself from going crazy at home during coronavirus - VIDEO
Take art classes with your kids. Install a bidet. Practice yoga. Buy houseplants. Catch up your streaming queue. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Worker at Allegiant Stadium tests positive for COVID-19
Construction of Allegiant Stadium is unlikely to affected by the coronavirus outbreak that is having an impact on just about every industry across the Las Vegas Valley. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
City of Las Vegas park cleaning and disinfecting - VIDEO
City of Las Vegas staff cleaned and disinfected four playgrounds at area parks on March 26. Las Vegas is opting to keep parks open during the coronavirus pandemic. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Casino companies burning through millions daily
RJ reporter Bailey Schulz talks about how much Las Vegas Casino companies are losing and how the Emergency bill could help if they run out of money or need help recouping what was lost.
How are the Golden Knights spending time off? - Video
With the NHL season put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Golden Knights are finding various ways to keep themselves busy.
Parents and Students Pick up Meals at Schools - Video
Due to schools closing down because of the coronavirus parents and students are picking up free meals at 15 schools across the valley.
UFC Brasilia happens in empty arena - VIDEO
Despite coronavirus canceling many other planned sporting events, UFC Brasilia went on as scheduled on Mar. 14, though no fans were permitted to attend. Charles Oliveira and Gilbert Burns took home performance bonuses for their wins in the main and co-main events, respectively. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
NAC suspends combat sports through March 25 - Video
The Nevada Athletic Commission voted to suspend all combat sports licenses through March 25 in order to protect the health and safety of those working and competing in the events from coronavirus. Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss what this means for future events the UFC have on their schedule and more. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights send message to fans - VIDEO
Golden Knights players sent a video message to fans after the NHL season was suspended due to the coronavirus.
Gov. Sisolak declares state of emergency
Gov. Steve Sisolak declared a state of emergency to deal with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Nevada.
Empty Toshiba Plaza due to coronavirus concerns - Video
Toshiba Plaza outside T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip remains empty after the Pac-12 tournament was canceled due to coronavirus concerns. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
NBA suspends season due to coronavirus - VIDEO
The NBA suspended the rest of its season after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus prior to a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Gonzaga Coach Comments on if Coronovirus Will Cancel NCAA Tournament - VIDEO
Following Gonzaga basketball's win over Saint Mary's at the WCC Tournament, head coach Mark Few commented on what it'd be like if the NCAA Basketball Tournament was canceled over the coronavirus epidemic. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders owner Mark Davis on coronavirus and the NFL draft in Las Vegas - VIDEO
A clip from the next episode of PodKats! with Raiders owner Mark Davis. Tune into the full episode Monday March 16th.
Las Vegas church taking coronavirus precautions - VIDEO
With the first cases of the Coronavirus being reported in southern Nevada, local Churches are taking precautions. “We don’t want anyone to be afraid, we certainly don’t want anyone to panic , but we think it’s a wise idea to take precautions at this time”, Rev. J. Barry Vaughn told his congregation on Sunday.
Coronavirus in Nevada update - VIDEO
Governor Steve Sisolak gives an update on the status of COVID-19 in Nevada.
Coronavirus test-kits delivered to cruise liner - VIDEO
Airmen from the Moffett Federal Airfield delivered Covid-19 test-kits for the coronavirus to the Grand Princess cruise ship off the coast of California.
Coronavirus Tips From SNHD - Video
The Southern Nevada Health District gives tips to the public about the coronavirus.
Sisolak signs coronavirus insurance regulation - VIDEO
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a new regulation Thursday to limit what health insurers can charge patients for visits and examinations that are related to COVID-19. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Coronavirus first presumptive positive case in Nevada - Video
The Southern Nevada Health District has announced its first presumptive positive case of the coronavirus in the Clark County area. Officials from the SNHD brief the media on the current investigation of the patient.
Dana White says coronavirus is a global problem - VIDEO
UFC President Dana White explains how the promotion as a global brand with fight cards in all corners of the world is preparing to handle the coronavirus. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Joanna Jedrzejczyk explains her intent with gas mask meme - VIDEO
UFC Strawweight Joanna Jedrzejczyk posted a meme of herself in a gas mask next to her Chinese opponent Zhang Weili and later deleted it from Instagram. At a media day, Jedrzejczyk explained what her intent was with that post and fired back at Weili who had said earlier in the day that she was still angry over the joke. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Zhang Weili Still Angry Over Her Opponent's Coronavirus Joke - VIDEO
UFC women's strawweight champion Zhang Weili discusses how she fled her native China to train in Las Vegas due to the spread of the coronavirus and responds to jokes her opponent, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, made about the outbreak ahead of their UFC 248 title bout. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Steve Sisolak Talks Coronavirus Preparation - Video
Steve Sisolak talks about how Nevada is preparing for the coronavirus in case it starts to spread across the state.
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Coronavirus declared a pandemic by 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.

Target takes steps to clean surfaces amid coronavirus concerns

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.

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