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Supermarkets installing partitions to distance shoppers, employees
Plexiglass panels are designed to help slow the spread of coronavirus; stores also putting up reminders for people to stay 6 feet apart.
Parade allows teachers, students to keep in touch during virus outbreak
Teachers with O’Roarke Elementary School participated in a parade around the neighborhoods where their students live on Wednesday.
Banks reaching out to help customers with mortgages, loans
Banks of all sizes are trying to help out Americans reeling from the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Senate poised to pass $2T coronavirus stimulus package
The Senate was poised to vote Wednesday evening to pass a $2 trillion financial rescue package to save businesses and jobs at risk due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Homeless man who stayed at Las Vegas shelters positive for COVID-19
The man received services at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada and the city of Las Vegas’ Courtyard Homeless Resource Center, health officials say.
In-person graduations at UNLV, other Nevada schools postponed
Nevada’s public colleges and universities will postpone in-person graduation ceremonies this spring and remain on online-only instruction through the end of the year.
More ways people in Las Vegas are being kind amid coronavirus
Last week Treasure Island Hotel Casino in Las Vegas donated surplus food including perishable items such as fruit, dairy products and vegetables to local community food banks.
Updated: Who’s hiring in Las Vegas? These companies are adding workers
Our updating list shows fourteen Las Vegas companies are hiring.
Boulder City beauty boutique touts curbside pickup
Beauty Kitchen Boutique will offer curbside pickup starting Friday for locally made hand sanitizer, chemical-free cleaner and beauty products amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Clark County libraries offer e-cards during coronavirus outbreak
The e-cards will give people access to online resources at LVCCLD.org , including a video library, language classes and educational tools for children.
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