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Number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada surpasses 1,000
The number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada has surpassed 1,000, the state Department of Health and Human Services reported Monday.
Murren gives update on Nevada coronavirus task force
Jim Murren held a news conference Monday to provide updates on a newly formed public-private partnership he is leading aimed at distributing resources to blunt the spread of the new coronavirus.
Amid canceled Las Vegas blood drives, individual donations surge
When schools and businesses shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, Las Vegas saw mass blood drive cancellations.
City of Las Vegas closes park playgrounds at governor’s urging
Playgrounds at City of Las Vegas parks will be closed, though the parks will remain open, the city announced Monday.
Reno, Washoe County officials discuss coronavirus response
Elected officials from the cities of Reno and Sparks and Washoe County addressed the public Monday regarding the ongoing regional response to COVID-19.
Southern Nevada health officials lay out coronavirus facts
Medical experts in Southern Nevada discussed the coronavirus pandemic in a panel Monday morning.
Want to help Las Vegas hospitals? What’s needed and how to donate
Las Vegas Valley hospitals need supplies from the community at large. Here are specific needs and how to donate items to various hospitals.
Red Rock Canyon, Hoover Dam stay closed due to coronavirus
Two of the biggest attractions in the Las Vegas area remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Updated: Who’s hiring in Las Vegas? These companies are adding workers
Our updating list shows 16 companies are hiring in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas restaurants offer takeout, delivery in wake of shutdown — UPDATED
While some Las Vegas restaurants have shut down completely during the coronavirus outbreak, others are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services.
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