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New Nevada coronavirus update unclear, may show 5th case in state
The latest statistics on COVID-19 testing and tracking in Nevada released Wednesday morning show four cases presumptive positive cases and one case confirmed by the CDC.
Kids resistant to coronavirus, but scientists aren’t sure why
Those 18 and under have made up just 2.4 percent of cases of COVID-19 worldwide, according to a report released in late February by the World Health Organization.
NAB show cancels in Las Vegas citing coronavirus spread
The convention was expected to take place April 18-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show expected about 90,000 to attend.
Coronavirus declared a pandemic by World Health Organization
Expressing alarm both about mounting infections and slow government responses, the World Health Organization has declared that the coronavirus crisis is now a pandemic.
Caesars outlines coronavirus-related actions for guests, employees
The company has appointed a senior management team that meets daily to make decisions on how to protect guests and employees.
MGM Resorts to temporarily close buffets amid coronavirus fears
Amid fears of coronavirus, the company says closures at casinos will start Sunday and be evaluated weekly.
Citing coronavirus, LDS church closes General Conference to public
Concerns over the coronavirus outbreak has caused the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to make adjustments to its upcoming General Conference in April.
Clark County jail screening inmates, will isolate COVID-19 cases
A plan of action is in place at the Clark County Detention Center to protect inmates and staff from the coronavirus-caused COVID-19 disease.
What’s canceled or changed due to coronavirus? Updated for conventions, shows, sports
What’s new: NAB convention. Coronavirus concerns are causing business conferences, shows and sports events in Las Vegas to cancel or change. Here’s an updating list.
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