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Doctors: It’s safe to return to offices, hospitals
The fear of going to the doctor during the pandemic is real. But so are the conseqences of not going.
State official: No ‘second wave’ yet in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations
Despite increases in hospitalizations and cases in Nevada this week, public health officials are not yet seeing evidence of a “second wave” in the state.
Despite foreclosure freeze, HOAs sending default notices
At least 230 Nevadans have been slapped with a notice of default over late HOA payments.
Sisolak plans furloughs, freezes and few layoffs to patch budget hole
The governor unveiled the plan to state workers Thursday morning in a streamed video announcement.
Las Vegas mayor ‘cautiously pleased’ as casinos reopen
Carolyn Goodman warned that a broken unemployment system and the threat that a spike in coronavirus cases could reel back progress were reasons to remain concerned.
Why you may never leave the house for a first date again
Coronavirus could shake the foundation of dating, from what we’re looking for to where we find it.
Las Vegas lounge scene revived in COVID-19 reopening
Says veteran Las Vegas entertainment booker Steve Beyer, “Until showrooms open, the lounges are where you’ll see entertainment.”
Sam’s Club to roll out curbside pickup nationwide
Sam’s Club announced the launch of curbside pickup across the country, including its Las Vegas locations.
Las Vegas religious leaders say spiritual lessons learned from pandemic
The coronavirus can offer believers spiritual lessons.
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