A case of COVID has benched Wayne Newton. But Mr. Las Vegas says he will be back within the month.
Clark County reported fewer hospitalizations from COVID-19 this week as vaccines began rolling out for children 6 months to 5 years old in Southern Nevada on Wednesday.
The Nevada Board of Regents meets June 30 in Las Vegas to consider rescinding the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for employees.
New indoor mask requirements go into effect at federal facilities including Nellis Air Force Base and the visitors center in the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area.
UNLV stopped short of mandating masks, but strongly recommended them Monday.
COVID-19 self-test vending machines have opened at two locations, according to a Southern Nevada Health District news release.
Official case counts can be misleading, with a new study showing more than three uncounted cases for every confirmed case.
The Interior Department says Deb Haaland is isolating in Nevada where she took part in a roundtable discussion Tuesday about clean energy production on public lands.
Most metrics have been on the rise for months, but the rate of the increase has gone up in recent weeks.
“We’re starting to see a slight uptick in positive cases, so anything somebody can do to protect themselves and if you do get COVID, it’d be a lot less severe,” Gov. Steve Sisolak said.
Slot machine manufacturers have made their products flashier and combined with pent-up demand resulting from the pandemic, revenue records have been falling since 2021.
Clark County saw another jump in COVID-19 metrics this week. Hospitalizations also have increased.
New omicron subvariant BA.2.12.1, believed to be better at evading immunity from natural infection and vaccination, is on the rise in Clark County, a health official said.
Widows of two officers who died of COVID-19 wonder why the Metropolitan Police Department did not classify them as line-of-duty deaths.