Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-14 16:01:21 –
The following is Complete COVID-19 Report on Monday, September 13
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Nevada reports 35 deaths (25 in Clark County) and more than 1,300 new COVID-19 cases in data released today.
The positive rate of the test increased slightly across the state, moving from 11.3% to 11.5%. The positive test rate for Clark County increased from 8.8% to 9.0%.
And now, more than 3 million COVID-19 doses have been administered in Nevada. Immunization rates continue to rise slowly, with 53% of the state’s population fully vaccinated, and Clark County just below that pace.
The number of cases remains high, with 1,361 cases reported across the state (419 in Clark County). This is only about 31% of Nevada’s total.
Nevada remains a high COVID-19 infection site, and Clark County remains a “region of concern.” Updated White House Report.. The county was first labeled as a “persistent hotspot” on July 5th.
Almost all of Nevada is classified as a “highly infected” area. The CDC uses the number of cases per 100,000 over the last 7 days to determine high infection rates.
Clark County reports 167.9 new cases per 100,000 every 7 days. According to the Southern Nevada Health District..
Breakdown of cases, deaths, and tests
The number of cases in Nevada has increased by 1,361 over the past day and has increased by 419 in Clark County. This is about 31% of the total state. The total number of cases in the state is currently 406,212. Clark County has a total of 312,334. It’s important to be careful State no longer updates dashboards on weekends Or a holiday. This may be the reason for the high sum of cases and deaths in the Monday and Tuesday reports.
The positive test rate in Nevada is 11.5%, up from 11.3% yesterday. It fell below the World Health Organization target of 5.0% on May 17, and exceeded it on June 28. Clark County’s rate dropped from 8.8% reported yesterday to 9.0%.
Of the 35 additional COVID-19-related deaths, 25 were from Clark County. Southern Nevada now accounts for 5,383 of the state’s 6,763 deaths. The 14-day moving average is 11 deaths per day.
As of September 2The Health District reports that there are 112 groundbreaking deaths.
As of yesterday, a total of 4,203,568 COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Nevada, an increase of 7,015 from yesterday.
* Note: Daily lab data from DHHS and SNHD reports The day before..
NV County Tracking
July 6 was the first time Clark County had been flagged for increased transmission of the disease since March 3. (Counties are flagged for increased infections if they meet two or three of the above criteria).. In today’s report, Clark remains flagged with the counties of Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Esmeralda, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lyon, Minerals, Nai, Story and Washoe.
Clark County case rates (727 per 100,000 in the last 30 days) and test positive rates (9.0%) are reported in the data reported today. The tests (319 tests per 100,000 per day) are within state tolerance.
State Health Department Report 3,004,291 times Part of the COVID-19 vaccine was administered in Nevada. As of September 13th.
As of today, more than 53% of the Nevadans currently vaccinated are fully vaccinated, and 63% of the target population has begun vaccination. Clark County reports that 52% of eligible residents are fully vaccinated.
Breakdown of Nevada Hospital
Note: The state has not updated hospitalization data weekend Or holiday..
According to the state Department of Health and Social Welfare (DHHS), The number of inpatients in Nevada Up (-25) On weekends.
The current number of hospitalizations 1,095 confirmed / suspicious cases.. The hospital reported that 257 of these patients were in the intensive care unit and 171 were on ventilator. To give some perspective, the state set a record high for inpatients with 2,025 cases on December 13.
In Latest report of Nevada hospitalizationAll medical facilities in Nevada will display staffing warnings. It’s just one step below the “crisis” level.
“The staffing has been raised to alert and the flu season is approaching, so hospitals have limited ability to cope with the surge in patients (all causes). According to the report, travel nurses Reinforcement staff in form is essentially non-existent at this time.
NHA sets the Alert status to “If immediate mitigation measures are needed to keep the hospital system operational.”
Hospitalizations for COVID-19 are increasing in northern Nevada and rural areas.
“COVID-19 hospitalization accounts for more than 20-25% of all hospitalized patients in the north and rural areas, but there is some variability from facility to facility. According to NHA, the overwhelming majority of these patients are vaccinated. Some hospitals are now issuing petition for vaccination in their neighborhood or community.
According to the NHA, staff shortages have led to delays in ambulances in hospitals, difficulty in discharging or placing patients in skilled nursing facilities, and delays or cancellations in procedures.
Recovery Cases in Southern Nevada
The number of people recovering from the virus in southern Nevada continues to grow. The latest county update estimates a total of 295,316 recovered cases. According to this, this is 94.6% of all cases reported in the county. Latest report of SNHD..
Nevada Reopened to 100% capacity on June 1st The social distance guidelines have been lifted, helping the state return to most pre-pandemic eras, with a few exceptions.
The CDC reversed the course on July 27, and fully vaccinated Americans in “substantially high” infected areas should wear masks in public as the number of cases of COVID-19 increases. Said. Most of Nevada falls into these two risk categories.
Nevada said it will adopt CDC guidance in its new mask guidelines It took effect on July 30th at 12:01 am.this Disable Clark County Employee Maskman Date, Effective in mid-July.
On August 16, Governor Sisorak signed a new directive This allows participants who have been fully vaccinated at a large rally to remove their masks, but only if the venue requires all attendees to provide proof of vaccination. As with children under the age of 12, people who have not been “completely vaccinated” in a single vaccination can participate, but both must wear a mask.
Masks are required even if required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, regulations, or regulations, including guidance for local businesses and workplaces.
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