Gary and Judy Robinson say they have experienced first-hand the benefits of Aduhelm, approved by the FDA Administration in June, through Judy’s participation in clinical trials.
Mary Hynes returned to the Review-Journal in August 2019 as the newspaper’s health reporter after working in public affairs and communications for MGM Resorts International. She previously worked as an editor and a reporter at the RJ. The University of Colorado graduate also worked as a reporter at newspapers in Colorado. She is a native of Oregon.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak imposed a new mandate Tuesday that requires everyone, vaccinated or not, to wear masks indoors in public places in counties with high rates of COVID-19 transmission, including Clark County.
The Silver State’s vaccination rate, though nothing to brag about, is nearer the middle of the pack than the bottom. So what else might be behind the surge in COVID-19 cases?
Emma Burkey has returned to Las Vegas to continue her recovery after three months in a California hospital for blood clots related to the J&J COVID-19 vaccine.
The Southern Nevada Health District’s recommendation extends to both those vaccinated against COVID-19 and unvaccinated people.
Dr. Anthony Fauci answers questions from RJ readers about a mask mandate and whether a Las Vegas concert with tens of thousands of audience members could be attended safely.
What would you ask Dr. Anthony Fauci about COVID-19 vaccination if you could? Now’s your chance.
Southern Nevada health officials sounded the alarm in June over a cluster of “breakthrough” cases of the coronavirus delta variant among vaccinated employees of a Las Vegas hospital.
The odds are “very reasonable” for winning one of the raffle’s prizes, a UNLV mathematician said on the eve of the first drawing. That said, don’t quit your day job beforehand.
A North Las Vegas kindergarten teacher and a Las Vegas high school sophomore were the big winners Thursday in the first drawing of the “Vax Nevada Days” raffle aimed at boosting vaccination rates.
Nearly every Nevadan who received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine will be automatically entered in Thursday’s drawing, but those in a “unique situation” can also sign up.
Nevada will seek federal government help to respond to an increasing trend in COVID-19 cases, an emergence and increase in the Delta variant, and the stagnation in Clark County vaccination rates.
The three cases of a mutant version of the highly contagious delta variant were detected during genetic sequencing of positive coronavirus tests at a state lab.
County health officials said Wednesday that vaccinations, not new restrictions, will be used to combat COVID-19.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s offer of a chance to win a million dollar prize hasn’t resulted in a noticeable uptick in COVID-19 vaccinations in Nevada, at least not so far.