Current priority groups for Nevada vaccinations continue to be medical and public safety personnel and now residents age 70 and older.
Good news for Nevada seniors eager to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Clark County officials urge patience amid issues with coronavirus vaccination scheduling websites — and even more patience will be required once more groups become eligible for the vaccine next week.
Brian Labus of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UNLV said table-to-table transmission isn’t the problem when dining in restaurants.
The new high in fatalities came just eight days after the state broke the previous high mark of the coronavirus pandemic.
A UMC vaccination center equipped to offer hundreds of vaccinations each day will be set up inside the Encore’s convention space.
About 200 UNLV students are part of the contact tracing team, which assists the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Southern Nevada Health District is providing an update on COVID-19 vaccinations.
The updated figures posted to the state Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus website brought cumulative totals for Nevada to 253,985 cases and 3,596 deaths.
The Southern Nevada Health District and other agencies in Clark County launch COVID-19 vaccinations for older residents.
Restaurant owners say they can’t figure it out: If they’re such a danger to the public, why aren’t their employees higher in priority in the COVID vaccination plan?
As hospitals filled with COVID-19 patients this weekend, a St. Rose Domincan hospital issued a disaster declaration after reaching 137 percent capacity in its ICU.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Monday announced the first death in Clark County this season from the flu.
The state Department of Health and Human Services on Monday reported, 1,681 new cases of COVID-19 and 33 additional deaths over the preceding day.