Given that the population of Nevada is relatively young, the state “should have done better,” said one health expert.
State officials released the latest figures for coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and across Nevada
Cases and hospitalizations statewide and in Clark County remain at some of the lowest levels of the pandemic.
Extra monthly benefits for low-income households to buy food during the pandemic will end for Nevadans early next month.
Despite the slight increases, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and across Nevada remain at some of the lowest levels of the pandemic.
“I have no trouble testifying — we can defend and explain everything that we’ve said,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told reporters during a White House briefing last year.
Hospitalizations from COVID-19, flu and RSV continued to decline in the Silver State, according to health officials.
For the first time since September, daily new cases of COVID-19 dropped below 100 in Clark County, reaching some of the lowest levels of the pandemic.
Nevada and three others states are the only ones in which all counties are experencing low levels of the virus.
Under the proposal from the Food and Drug Administration, Americans would no longer need to keep track of how many shots they have received.
The Elko County Board of Health on Wednesday decided not to ban COVID-19 and flu vaccines in the county.
State officials released the latest figures for COVID and other respiratory viruses in the Silver State.
The Elko County Board of Health is scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss and consider placing a moratorium on COVID-19 and flu vaccines in the county.
The Nevada lab director doesn’t predict a large wave of cases from the variant — but not because the strain named after a mythical sea creature is a “pussycat.”
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., announced on Twitter she tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday afternoon. She is experiencing mild symptoms.