Clark County recorded 81 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths over the preceding day, according to data posted Friday.
Mike Brunker is an assistant city editor working with reporters covering land use and environment, health care and immigration. He also writes a weekly horse racing column. Before joining the Review-Journal in August 2016, Brunker worked in various reporting and editing capacities for NBCNews.com, msnbc.com and the San Francisco Examiner.
Officials with the New York Racing Association this week announced big changes that will see the race move ahead of the rescheduled Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes.
Clark County reported 84 new COVID-19 cases and six additional deaths over the preceding day, according to data posted Thursday by the Southern Nevada Health District.
Clark County recorded 114 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional deaths over the preceding day, according to data posted Wednesday.
Clark County recorded 73 new COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths as the state reported a one-day record of tests for the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
The new cases brought the total for the county to 5,463, while the death toll remained unchanged at 296, according to data posted by the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Southern Nevada Health District said cases that had no hospital discharge data listed were erroneously reported as having been discharged the same day they were admitted.
Racing at Santa Anita Park will continue, most likely three times a week, through June 23 assuming all goes well. Action begins Friday with a nine-race card.
The number of new cases reported by the Southern Nevada Health District was a slight improvement over the past two days, but still above the daily average of the preceding week.
Clark County saw a second straight triple-digit increase in new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths, according to data from the Southern Nevada Health District.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Clark County rebounded to triple digits in the preceding day and seven new deaths were recorded.
The 12 new cases was the lowest overnight increase reported since the early days of the outbreak of the disease in Nevada. State numbers also were well below average.
The Southern Nevada Health District recorded 43 new COVID-19 cases in the county and eight additional deaths in the past day, according to data posted Friday.
Churchill Downs, Charles Town and Golden Gate Fields all are expected to begin running within the next week, all without fans in the stands and with strict health and safety protocols in place to protect track workers.
Clark County and the state of Nevada both reported triple-digit increases in COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with the county also adding seven fatalities.