Current priority groups for Nevada vaccinations continue to be medical and public safety personnel and now residents age 70 and older.
U.S. health advisers endorsed a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson Johnson on Friday, putting the nation on the cusp of adding an easier-to-use option to fight the pandemic.
Additional first dose appointments have also been opened at Cashman Center through Saturday, the Southern Nevada Health District said in a news release.
First-dose appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine are available at the Cashman Center today and Friday.
Walmart and the Immigrant Home Foundation are partnering in the effort to get COVID-19 vaccine to some of the most vulnerable residents in the Las Vegas Valley.
People making appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine to be administered at the Southern Nevada Health District’s headquarters are the first to use it.
Johnson Johnson’s single-dose vaccine offers strong protection against severe COVID-19, according to an analysis released Wednesday by U.S. regulators
A third vaccine, from Johnson & Johnson, is expected to get a green light from regulators soon.
Eligible veterans in Southern Nevada will be able to receive first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a North Las Vegas walk-in clinic beginning Saturday.
Federal officials have not shared formula determining each state’s weekly COVID-19 vaccine allocation, the head of the state’s response effort said Monday.
People 65 or older who live in the 89030, 89031 and 89032 ZIP codes are encouraged to register, the city said in a statement.
Hotel workers should get an early shot at COVID-19 inoculation, according to the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Thousands of delayed COVID-19 vaccine doses were delivered to the Southern Nevada Health District on Monday, allowing the agency to resume administering first shots by midweek.
Wednesday and Thursday’s COVID-19 vaccination appointments at two Las Vegas sites are now full for utility workers and those 65 and older, city officials announced Saturday.
County health officials said Friday that first-dose appointments will not be available next week at the health district or its partner clinics.