Coronavirus Update

Here’s the latest.



image3.jpg Shoppers continue to stock up, some store shelves bare
As the weekend began, shoppers on Saturday morning continued stocking up on supplies at grocery stores in the midst of closures announced to slow the spread of coronavirus.

New coronavirus case in Washoe County brings Nevada total to 21
Washoe County health officials on Saturday announced a new positive case of COVID-19, marking the 21st case of the new coronavirus in Nevada.

Furloughs, layoffs hit MGM Resorts due to coronavirus crisis
MGM Resorts International told employees Friday night that significant furloughs and layoffs will begin at properties effective next week and that 150 food and beverage outlets will be closed.

What’s canceled or changed due to coronavirus? Updated for shows, schools, business, sports
Updated list: Civil and criminal trials are suspended. Jonas Brothers cancel residency. Find more changes here.

Gov. Sisolak announces coronavirus advisory team
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Saturday announced the team of medical experts tasked with helping the state navigate the coronavirus pandemic.

Clark County libraries cancel events, waive fees amid pandemic
Due to coronavirus, late fees are being waived for those who can’t return materials to Clark County libraries, and group activities are being canceled through late June.

Clark County schools closure would cut risk, but at what cost?
District leaders are weighing the major reason to close schools — slowing the spread of disease — against dozens of other concerns, including free meals and family disruptions.

Irresponsible tweet hurt workers, damaged social media credibility
When a local blogger posted a rumor that The Mirage was going to close, it hurt rank-and-file employees who depend on tips and gave social media a black eye.

List of Las Vegas concerts, shows that have been canceled or postponed
Latest list: Boyz II Men and Bill Maher canceled for this weekend at The Mirage

House passes coronavirus aid bill after Trump declares emergency
The House approved legislation Saturday to provide direct relief to Americans suffering physically, financially and emotionally from the coronavirus pandemic.


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