UPDATE (May 24): Nevada reported 7,770 positive coronavirus cases by Sunday afternoon with 394 known deaths from the virus.
The Nevada Health Response and Southern Nevada Health District updated their COVID-19 dashboards over the holiday weekend, providing additional data and better insight into the states cases and improved testing rates.
NHR provided a county-by-county breakdown through the state, updating Clark County to have 6,048 cases and 331 known COVID-19 deaths.
Below is the full county breakdown as of Sunday:
Southern Nevada Health District updated their zip code map to be interactive. Click here to see the full map.
UPDATE (May 23): Southern Nevada Health District reported more than 6,000 COVID-19 cases in Clark County by Saturday afternoon, with 329 total deaths from the virus.
The county reported 6,048 cases and 1,522 hospitalizations in Southern Nevada for COVID-19.
Nevada health officials said there were 7,696 cases statewide with 392 deaths. As of Saturday, 125,394 tests has been completed.
UPDATE (May 22): Nevada Health Response is reporting 7,401 positive COVID-19 cases in the state, with 381 total deaths, as of Friday morning.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Friday morning is reporting 5,815 positive COVID-19 cases and 322 deaths in Clark County.
UPDATE (May 21): The Southern Nevada Health District reported 5,734 positive coronavirus cases and 320 deaths as of Thursday morning.
On Thursday, Nevada Health Response reported 7,255 positive COVID-19 cases and 378 deaths statewide. The state reported 89 new cases from Wednesday.
Despite an increase in total reported deaths from the state, a report by Gov. Steve Sisolak's office Wednesday night noted zero deaths in Nevada on May 20. That figure is subject to change if facilities are delayed in reporting deaths to the state.
UPDATE (May 20): Nevada Health Response reported 7,166 positive COVID-19 cases Wednesday and 378 deaths statewide.
More than 107,000 coronavirus tests have been performed statewide, state officials report.
The Southern Nevada Health District reported 10 additional fatalities in Clark County Wednesday. SNHD reported 5,650 positive cases and 314 deaths Tuesday morning.
UPDATE (May 19): Nevada Health Response reported 7,046 total positive COVID-19 cases and 373 statewide as of Tuesday afternoon.
The state saw a reported 140 case increase from Monday and nine new deaths from Monday night. Nye County officials reported its first coronavirus-related death Monday night.
The Southern Nevada Health District reported 5,536 positive COVID-19 cases and 304 deaths in Clark County as of Tuesday morning.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Nevada Health Response reported 6,906 statewide positive COVID-19 cases Monday night with a total of 364 deaths, an increase of 14 from the night before.
The Southern Nevada Health District reported 5,463 positive cases and 296 deaths in Clark County. SNHD said approximately 74% of positive cases have recovered.
On Friday, SNHD outlined additional details related to Southern Nevada cases. The 25 to 49 age demographic accounted for the most cases, at least 2,194, or about 40%. There were 160 cases in people between 5 to 17 years of age and 48 cases for children 4 and under.
About 31.6% of total cases had a known underlying condition, while 68.4% are recorded as "no/unknown."
FIRST NYE COUNTY DEATH
Nye County said it got confirmation of the county's first COVID-19 death on Monday. The fatality is a Pahrump resident who caught the virus outside of the county. Details of the person who died, including age and gender, were not released.
As of Monday, the county said it has had 56 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 33 recoveries and 1,530 tests done.
In the past week, testing was increased across the Las Vegas Valley. UMC's effort at the Orleans hotel-casino expanded to a capacity of 1,200 tests per day, while 10 additional sites are opening this week.