Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-03-12 21:20:00 –
Friday, March 12, 2021 | 6:20 pm
Workers in Clark County, who lost their jobs due to the pandemic recession, are eligible to be vaccinated with their former colleagues.
The Southern Health District of Nevada said on Friday that people who have been dismissed or temporarily dismissed in occupational groups currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and are seeking reemployment or reemployment are also eligible for shooting. This includes healthcare, public safety and security, front-line community support, front-line supply chain and logistics, and state-defined food service and hospitality group professions.
Pooling people who have lost their vaccinated jobs with those currently employed could benefit some of the locals in Las Vegas’ largest and most devastated industry. there is.
According to the Nevada Employment Training and Rehabilitation Department, Nevada’s unemployment rate reached a record 28.2% in April last year, the first full month of the mandatory closure of the coronavirus business. As a result, Nevada’s unemployment rate was the worst in the country. In addition, the number of jobs in the food and hospitality industry has decreased by 41% compared to April 2019, DETR said.
Governor Steve Sisorak ordered the closure of casinos and other non-essential companies throughout the state in mid-March to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Some companies were allowed to reopen on May 9 based on strict social distance guidelines, but Nevada’s leading casinos are at least June. Some properties remain closed, such as Palms and Main Street Station, while others have less capacity or less equipment.
The largest vaccine clinic in the health district at the Cashman Center and the Las Vegas Convention Center is open Tuesday to Saturday. Same-day reservations can be made at the Cashman Center.
People need to bring current or previous employment documents to the vaccine appointment.Register onlinehttps://covid.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/vaccine/distribution/..