Nearly half of the new cases reported to the state by Clark County for Fridays reported were from March 26 or before, state officials said at a news briefing.
Clark County commissioners introduced an ordinance to consider a development agreement with Jackie Robinson, whose arena and hotel project has been on the drawing board for years.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Thursday he is considering a run for governor of Nevada.
Nevada on Thursday reported 386 new coronavirus cases and five additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Health officials did not disclose which vaccines had been administered in the COVID breakthrough cases, but most had occurred in Clark County.
If the Supreme Court decides that discrepancies did prevent the election for a Clark County commission seat, it would be overturning a lower court ruling.
The 277 new coronavirus cases and 11 additional deaths reported Wednesday by the Department of Health and Human Services also were both well above the daily averages.
Between 4,500 and 5,000 appointments were booked for Tuesday at a mass vaccination site in downtown Las Vegas, less than its 7,000 capacity.
Present statewide mandates limit the capacity at senior centers to 50 percent.
The Clark County Commission passed a resolution Tuesday that denounced anti-Asian sentiment and affirmed the county’s commitment to protecting its residents.
Nevada on Tuesday reported 295 new coronavirus cases and 22 additional deaths, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Former NBA player Jackie Robinson has filed necessary agreements to keep his long-delayed arena and hotel project plans in the works, after Clark County leaders gave him an ultimatum last fall.
The uptick of the two-week positivity rate to 4.3 percent follows a week of the rate stagnating at 4.2 percent.
There was a 15-minute wait to get a dose of COVID-19 vaccine at the Southern Nevada Health District offices early Monday as eligibility expanded to all Nevadans 16 and up.