LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Las Vegas Raiders are ready to offer up its stadium should local health officials need it for a mass COVID-19 vaccination site.
In a statement, the Raiders organization said it has discussed using Allegiant Stadium as a vaccination site.
"The Raiders and local authorities have discussed the use of Allegiant Stadium as a COVID-19 vaccination site," the team said in a statement. "The stadium will be made available as soon as local health authorities are ready to deploy large scale vaccinations."
Late last week, the NFL wrote a letter to Pres. Joe Biden's administration, saying it would offer up all 30 stadiums for COVID-19 vaccinations if needed. Seven stadiums in the league are already being used for vaccination.
Clark County and Southern Nevada Health District officials have yet to comment on using Allegiant Stadium as a vaccination site as of Friday.