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Grocery shortages seem to be easing across Las Vegas Valley
Shoppers reporting ongoing difficulties finding items such as toilet paper and paper towels, but some things that were scarce a few weeks ago can be found, if you look around.
Sisolak asks Trump to declare major disaster in Nevada due to coronavirus
If approved, the move would allow the state to tap into additional federal resources under the national emergency Trump declared last month.
Southern Nevada Health District worker has COVID-19
“The employee previously had some limited interaction with patients in a clinical setting,” the district stated in a news release.
Clark County School District worker tests positive for COVID-19
A member of the Clark County School District transportation department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to an email sent to district transportation staff Wednesday.
Health district launches COVID-19 text, email notification system
The system is a way to reach in an expedited manner those who are contacts of a confirmed case or who have traveled to areas where transmission is widespread.
In times of fear, man’s best friend might be the happiest
Many of our routine exercise patterns have been altered as we wait out the coronavirus, meaning the happiest of all creatures might be man’s best friend.
Two officers test positive, hospital patients rising, agencies say
Multiple agencies provided updates Wednesday about the effects thus far of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But they say it has not interrupted services even if it has changed the approach to work.
IGT furloughing workers in Las Vegas amid coronavirus impact
Slot machine manufacturing company IGT is furloughing employees and reducing base salaries for senior leaders, according to a company statement.
Las Vegas man rallies family, neighbors to 3d print face shields
In just two weeks, William Neal turned his 3D printing hobby into a coordinated community effort to produce about 175 face shields for hospitals in need.
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