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The main list of acute symptoms at this time is actually quite short and can appear anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure to the virus, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

UPDATE (Friday, March 27, 9:10 a.m.): The Southern Nevada Health District announced 443 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County on Friday morning.

The case count in Clark County jumped by nearly 100 cases in 24 hours, according to SNHD data.

No new deaths were reported in Clark County since Thursday. Nevada Health Response reports 535 positive cases in the state.

UPDATE (Thursday, March 26, 9:30 p.m.): According to a report from Nevada Health Response, there are 535 positive COVID-19 cases in the state.

More than 8,100 tests have been performed, the report states.

UPDATE (Thursday, March 26, 8:20 a.m.): The Southern Nevada Health District announced Thursday morning the 10 COVID-19-related deaths reported Wednesday in the state were in Clark County.

The four additional deaths included a man in his 60s, a man in his 80s, a man in his 30s and a man in his 60s. Three of cases involved individuals with underlying medical conditions, the health district said.

The man in his 30s is the youngest reported death so far in the state.

According to numbers released by Nevada Health Response, there are 420 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state. SNHD said 350 of those were in Clark County.

UPDATE (Wednesday, March 25, 8:32 p.m.): According to numbers released by the Nevada Health Response and the Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday night, 10 people have died from the 2019 novel coronavirus in Nevada.

As of 8:30 p.m., there were 405 positive cases. 

See the latest update here


UPDATE (Wednesday, March 25, 5:15 p.m.): In a report released Wednesday night, the Nevada Health Response said 76% of ICU rooms in Nevada were occupied.

About 31% of ventilators in the valley were in use, while NHR reported 85% of licensed and staffed beds occupied. NHR said 42@ of airborne infection isolation rooms were occupied. 

NHR said Nevada has submitted four requests for COVID-19 component requests and the state hasn't received any. The report said the items are on an indefinite backlog on the testing components. 

The state also placed two PPE orders and has gotten two shipments accounting for less than 25% of the PPE requested, according to the report.

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UPDATE (Wednesday, March 25, 3:50 p.m.): The Southern Nevada Health District said it received a positive COVID-19 case of a homeless client who used services at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada and the city's Homeless Courtyard.

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UPDATE (Wednesday, March 25, 7:30 a.m.): The Nevada Department of Health and Nevada Health Response reported 321 known positive COVID-19 cases in the state Wednesday morning.

More than 5,500 tests have been conducted, according to the report.


UPDATE (Tuesday, March 24, 5 p.m.): The Southern Nevada Health District on Tuesday evening announced the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Southern Nevada is 249.

The health district also announced two more people have died from the virus in Clark County, bringing the total to six deaths since March 15. 

The health district said the previous four deaths recorded were all patients who had underlying health issues. 

The full SNHD report is available here

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UPDATE (Tuesday, March 24, 3 p.m.): The identities of four people the Southern Nevada Health District said died from the 2019 novel coronavirus were identified on Tuesday by the Clark County Coroner's Office.

While the cause and manner of the deaths are not investigated by the coroner's office, the department records the information and is able to release the identities after next of kin has been notified.

The four are:

Daniel Scully, 69, who died on March 15. Scully was the first recorded COVID-19 death in Southern Nevada. He died at Mountain View Hospital, according to the coroner.

Alinda Addison, 68, died on March 19 at North Vista Hospital.

Maria Rangel, 71, died on March 21 at Desert Springs Hospital.

Jesus Garcia, 66, died on March 22 at Henderson Hospital. 


UPDATE (Tuesday, March 24, 7:30 a.m.): The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and Nevada Health Response reported 278 known positive coronavirus cases in the state Tuesday morning. The state said more than 4,500 tests have been performed in the state.


ORIGINAL REPORT (Monday, March 23): LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Southern Nevada Health District reported two more COVID-19 deaths on Monday, bringing the total in Clark County to four.

The individuals included a woman in her 70s and a man in his 60s. All four COVID-19-related deaths in Nevada were in patients with underlying medical conditions, officials said.

SNHD reported 212 positive COVID-19 cases in Clark County as of Monday afternoon. Of those cases, 44 people were reported to be hospitalized. About 45% of the current cases were people between the ages of 25 and 49. 

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and Nevada Health Response reported 245 known cases statewide as of Monday at 5 p.m.

The state reports more than 4,000 administered tests. Two people who tested positive for COVID-19 died in Clark County as of Monday afternoon.

This story will be updated through the week as information becomes available. Check back for updates. 

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stephenrblv

The numbers being provided are almost useless as shown in this article...so on Sunday the number in Clark County infected was 151 and by Monday they had dropped to 126, and this is an increase? how so? and 4000 people who the pretest indicated a more physical exam? so all told the percentage here is 6% test positive and 93.8% are negative and these are people tested showing signs. Based on the state population numbers the infection rate based on the 3.14 million here is .000078. The Death rate based off 4 is .0000012.

I can see why we shut everything down and people are losing their minds.

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