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Take a trip down the ‘silent Strip’ in Las Vegas — PHOTOS
During the coronavirus crisis, driving down the Strip feels like traveling through a scene from a Hollywood apocalypse film: empty sidewalks, dry fountains, boarded-up buildings.
Clark County sees 4 more coronavirus deaths, 58 new cases
Public health officials reported four more deaths in Clark County from the coronavirus and 58 new confirmed cases on Sunday morning.
Data show rapid spread of COVID-19 in Nevada nursing homes
Nevada has recorded 111 more COVID-19 cases and three more deaths from the disease in nursing homes, assisted living centers and other institutions since it unveiled a tracking tool.
Las Vegas Strip to come back with differences, analysts say
Casino industry analysts expect casinos to be among the first to come back, but the product is going to look different than it did before the virus shutdown.
Trump says he’s ‘OK’ with Sisolak’s shutdown order for Nevada
President Donald Trump defended Gov. Steve Sisolak’s shutdown order for Nevada, even as he voiced sympathy for Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s criticism of the step.
Project Marilyn donates hygiene products to nonprofits
Project Marilyn continues to serve women in need and Inspirada residential community starts a flower planting project.
Restaurant owner gives 50 meals a day to hungry Las Vegans
Iman Haggag, the owner of the Egyptian restaurant Pots, started providing 50 free meals a day to anyone in the valley who is hungry.
Worker at Circa site tests positive for coronavirus
A worker at the Circa Resort and Casino construction site in downtown Las Vegas has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from McCarthy Building Companies.
Done with routine quarantine? Give these activities chance
The Review-Journal staff has compiled many activities and options to assist you during this time.
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