Clark County on Thursday reported 396 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths as most major long-term metrics continued to decline.
The county showed a 7-day case rate of 55.50 and a 7-day test positivity rate of 7.93 percent on Tuesday, according to CDC data. That was enough to drop the county into the “substantial” transmission rate.
Clark County on Monday reported 503 new coronavirus cases and 38 deaths over the preceding three days, while state metrics did not update because of the Presidents’ Day holiday.
Clark County reported 306 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths Wednesday, continuing trends that have gone on for weeks and moving the county farther away from the peak of the omicron surge.
The Southern Nevada Health District still has a variety of testing locations open throughout the valley.
Clark County on Tuesday reported 290 new coronavirus cases and 47 deaths, as most metrics continued recent steady declines.
The updated figures from the Southern Nevada Health District push the total number of cases in Clark County since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020 to 484,810 and 7,220 deaths.
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An early look at the performance of COVID-19 booster shots during the recent omicron wave in the U.S. hinted at a decline in effectiveness, though the shots still offered strong protection against severe illness.
Clark County on Thursday reported 489 new coronavirus cases and 33 deaths, as Gov. Steve Sisolak rescinded the statewide mask mandate in the face of declining case counts.
Clark County reported 715 new coronavirus cases and 31 deaths, as cases continued to drop and Gov. Steve Sisolak planned a COVID-19 news conference for Thursday.
The Southern Nevada Health District reported 1,667 new COVID-19 cases and 28 deaths over the weekend as four key metrics that measure the impact of the virus continue to improve.
Most Clark County coronavirus metrics continued their decline Friday, ending a third week of decreasing COVID-19 rates.
Clark County on Thursday reported 926 new coronavirus cases and 20 deaths, as case rate dropped but deaths continued to rise.
Nevada residents can now access their vaccination records online, the state announced Wednesday.