Starting this week, the Southern Nevada Health District will begin contacting people who are eligible to receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The updated numbers from the state Department of Health and Human Services bring statewide totals to 271,897 cases and 4,029 deaths.
The Clark County Commission will appoint the successor to the Assembly District 42 seat, which covers about 68,000 people in the unincorporated Spring Valley.
While some Clark County educators received their first doses of the vaccine last week, many others met with disappointment during a confusing rollout.
Vaccination sites are scaling back administration of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state continues to receive limited doses from the federal government, state officials say.
Nevada on Friday reported 1,869 new coronavirus cases and 48 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
In its initial days of public operations, the clinic saw numerous no-shows, prompting them to issue instant alerts to those who preregistered or give the shots to walk-ins.
The Cashman Center will be closed for COVID-19 vaccinations through the weekend, but new appointments will be available soon, officials announced Thursday.
The Clark County Education Association says it has filed a complaint with the state alleging that trustee Lisa Guzman has conflicts of interest related to her employment.
In a memo to employees Tuesday, the Clark County School District said employees who sign up earlier could be turned away or rescheduled at vaccination sites.
The divide between available funding and demand is illustrative of how deeply the pandemic has struck the region.
Las Vegas and Clark County were among the many communities across the U.S. participating in a national remembrance for the 400,000-plus people who have succumbed to the coronavirus.
University Medical Center opened the by-appointment-only site on Monday to Nevadans 70 and older, health care workers and first responders