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.
All major COVID-19 metrics increased over the last week in Clark County, according to a weekly report released Wednesday.
“There were just days where you felt like you were a chicken running with your head cut off,” traveling nurse Lauren Meadows said about her contract in Las Vegas.
Many Americans agree that they’re going to “be stuck with it forever” — or, at the least, for a long time.
The remaining Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Self Test kits that were given out free at CES are being donated to the Southern Nevada Health District for public distribution.
Metro Pizza is shutting its doors Mondays and Tuesdays this month as a way to deal with pressures of staffing shortages. “They just need a break,” co-founder John Arena said of his employees.
Herds of rodeo fans who have spurned Nevada’s indoor mask mandate at this year’s Cowboy Christmas have caught the attention of state regulators.
The Heights of Summerlin is arguing that a longstanding law guarantees it the same liability protections as companies like vaccine manufacturers. 30 residents died from COVID-19.
Pharmacies, clinics and doctor’s offices in Southern Nevada were gearing up Wednesday to give the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine to kids as young as 5.
MGM Resorts International and Westgate implemented new policies in recent months that require some employees to be vaccinated. Both policies took effect Friday.
In early September, the school board voted 5-1 to approve a mandate, but negotiations haven’t yet started with employee unions about the topic.