Coronavirus Update

Here’s the latest.


13685215_web1_CV-NURSING-HOMES-APR29-20-002.jpg Secrecy, fear rampant in local nursing homes where COVID-19 is too
Dispatches from inside some Southern Nevada long-term care facilities hardest hit by the disease reveal culture of secrecy amid the pandemic.

‘No final words, no I love you’ as family loses their rock to COVID-19
Maria Ascencion Garcia-Rodelo, 52, a housekeeper at Embassy Suites in Las Vegas, died from COVID-19 on Easter Sunday, leaving a grieving husband and extended family.

Seniors, people with disabilities getting own hours at Costco
Costco will implement new rules Monday that, in addition to requiring face masks, will allow seniors 60 and older to shop from 9-10 a.m. weekdays, according to the company’s website.

Las Vegas high school seniors adapt during coronavirus pandemic
Members of the class of 2020 are losing out on many traditions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including walking across the stage for graduation.

3 more coronavirus deaths, 49 cases seen in Southern Nevada
Clark County had three more coronavirus deaths and 49 new cases as of Sunday morning, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.

Clark County School District releases phase one of reopening plan
The plan includes remote summer school and bringing additional employees back to work. 

Las Vegas Cinco de Mayo celebrations continue during lockdown
You may not be able to go out for the usual Cinco de Mayo festivities this year, but Las Vegas restaurants and bars are ensuring you still have a way to celebrate.

Meat supply in Las Vegas strong despite US factory closures
“For now, we are all stocked,” said manager Oscar Nuno of Los Primos Meat Market.

Las Vegas restaurant partner donates food to essential workers
Cody Tomboli started reaching out to see where he could donate food from his restaurant when it had to close. He has made 12 deliveries to local hospitals and essential businesses.

Americans without bank accounts must wait for federal checks
While millions of U.S. workers have already received a quick relief payment from the federal treasury, millions of others without traditional bank accounts must wait for paper checks.

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