Nevada reported 556 new cases of COVID-19 and a record 38 deaths on Thursday, as the death toll in Clark County surpassed 1,000.
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Las Vegas Justice Court is postponing many hearings until next year because of a rising number of COVID-19 cases, but in-person hearings will continue for evictions.
Nevada congresswoman Susie Lee tested positive for coronavirus after traveling to Ohio to see her dying mother this week.
Locals, many of whom depend on tourism jobs, have long felt ambivalence about living in an island paradise that relies heavily on visitor spending, but many saw an upshot to a health crisis that threatened their livelihoods.
With Arizona hospitals admitting increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients, state health officials said Wednesday that they suspended some transfers of patients from other states.
California reported a record number of coronavirus cases Wednesday as Los Angeles restaurants prepared to close for three weeks.
The city’s municipal court announced Wednesday that hearings scheduled from Nov. 30 to Dec. 31 will be pushed back five weeks.
The closures, a result of directives by Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Nevada System of Higher Education, will begin this week.
During a 10-hour meeting, the school board this week decided to switch to full-time distance learning for middle and high schools Dec. 2.
Nevada health officials say they are trying to reduce the density of people in any environment, balancing policy and political considerations along with data.
Rising COVID-19 cases within the state derailed plans for a number of other large events in the state.
The evidence overwhelmingly supports reopening schools. Too bad, a majority of district Trustees aren’t willing to follow the science.
Being a Pilgrim had a 50-percent fatality rate. It’s unlikely they would have let the coronavirus alter their Thanksgiving plans.
The university announced Tuesday it is suspending in-person events and lowering occupancy rates to 25 percent in a few campus buildings.