Both hospitalizations and cases continue to decline in Clark County and Nevada.
Worldwide used vaccine, Novavax now available for adults in Clark County.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and Nevada dropped for the third straight week.
U.S. District Judge Jennifer Dorsey wrote in an order that parents who filed the complaint “hadn’t established a viable legal basis for their federal claims.”
He continued to work during isolation, holding meetings virtually and addressing groups through recorded messages.
With a new school year approaching, the Clark County School District says it doesn’t have an employee COVID-19 vaccination mandate and its development “has not been necessary.”
Federal officials now say that everyone over 50 should get a second booster. But one critic calls this “booster mania.”
Despite declines in some key metrics, levels of the virus remain high in Clark County, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Food and Drug Administration authorized use of the more traditional type of vaccine for those 18 and older.
The Department of Health and Human Services has repeatedly renewed the emergency since it was originally declared in January 2020.
Major pharmacy chains and a state regulatory agency said Friday that they’re continuing to work with the FDA on how to best implement the change.
The majority of patients requiring hospitalization are unvaccinated and 70 or older, the Nevada Hospital Association said Wednesday.
A majority of the patients requiring hospitalization are 70 or older, and the number of people being admitted to the ICU for care or who require mechanical ventilation remain near all-time lows.
COVID-19 vaccinations for the youngest Americans started last week.