Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-01-13 17:58:00 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Nevada reported another 50 COVID-19 deaths as test positive rates rose again on the final day. The data show that the virus has not been released in Nevada.
Data reported in the last 24 hours show that 42 out of 50 deaths were reported in Clark County. Nevada’s 14-day moving average currently kills 20 people per day.
The state’s test positive rate is steadily rising and is currently only 21.5 percent. The record (22.3 percent) was reported on December 8, 2020.
Nevada reports 1,143 new COVID-19 cases, including 737 from Clark County. The total number of cases in Nevada is currently 253,985. Clark County has a total of 194,220.
Nevada health officials said the total number of cases on Wednesday was “a result of delayed laboratory reporting.” State officials said, “It looks low today and will increase more than usual when data is received.”
Over 1,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Nevada in 69 of the last 71 days.
According to the Department of Health and Welfare, 13,943 tests were conducted on the final day.
for The 13th For the week in a row, Clark County has been flagged for an increase in disease transmission. Clark County remains in the red on the Nevada Health Response “County Standard Tracker”. The county was flagged as having high disease transmission after meeting high case rates and high test positive criteria. Clark is one of 16 counties flagged by trackers and is updated daily on the DHHS dashboard.
The Clark County case rate is 2,057 per 100,000, with a positive test rate of 22.6 percent.
The CDC reports that 61,653 COVID-19 vaccines have been given in the state.
CDC vaccination data show that Nevada has been vaccinated more than 207,000 times.
The following is Complete COVID-19 report on Tuesday, January. 12.12.
Note: The state has not updated hospitalization data, including the number of patients on the ICU unit or ventilator. Sunday Or holiday..
According to the Nevada Hospital Association (NHA), a state-wide “pause” has helped end the increasing trajectory of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Nevada.
The NHA reiterates Governor Sisorak’s remark that Nevada has not confirmed the full effect of the holiday season and will probably not be seen for a few more weeks.
“Nevada hospitalizations have remained flat near peak levels, with significant declines only in the northern part of the state,” NHA said in a December 12 report. Hospitals in southern Nevada are still experiencing “significant burdens” of rising hospitalization rates and ICU admission, according to the NHA.
According to the State Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the number of inpatients in Nevada is down According to data released on Wednesday, on Tuesday.
The number of hospitalizations decreased by 43 on the last day, The current total is 1,784 confirmed / suspicious cases..
Currently, one-third of the total population hospitalized in Nevada is infected with COVID-19.
More data from the Nevada Hospital Association (as of January 12):
- State-wide licensed bed occupancy: 85%
- ICU unit utilization rate: 74%
- Ventilator in use: 44%
The state set a record high for 2,025 inpatients on December 13.
|Top 5||Number of hospitalizations (state-wide)||Reporting date|
|Four||1,996||December 20th, December 21st|
ICU / ventilator data for Tuesday, January. 12:
There were 411 patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) across the state, a decrease of 14 from Monday.
The DHHS report showed 280 patients on mechanical ventilation, down from Monday.
Nevada Cases, Tests, Deaths
Currently, there are 253,985 confirmed cases and 3,596 COVID-19-related deaths in Nevada, with 1,143 new cases reported on the final day.
Over 1,000 cases have been reported in Nevada in 69 of the last 71 days. The state set a record of COVID-19 cases at 3,402 on January 6.
The largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases in Nevada is:
|Top 5||COVID-19 Number of Cases (State-wide)||Reporting date|
DHHS reports 50 new COVID-19-related deaths across the state. Currently, the moving average of daily deaths for 14 days is 20.
“Remember that the mortality rate we see corresponds to cases diagnosed up to 5 weeks ago,” Nevada Health Response said in a news release.
State COVID-19 Daily Death Graph (DHHS Dashboard)[死亡率の傾向]In a recent update to Tab), the death toll on December 10th and December 22nd was the highest at 44, with 42 deaths on December 6th and December 22nd.
Nevada DHHS states that it is important to note that death reports are often delayed. Cumulative daily deaths are displayed by date of death, not the date the death was reported to the state. The total number of deaths across states in the first tab is Equal to the total number of cumulative deaths per day, as the exact date of death is unknown or awaiting reporting.
The maximum number of COVID-19-related deaths recorded per day in Nevada is:
|Top 5||Deaths (state-wide)||Reporting date|
|1||44||December 10th, December 22nd|
|Five||37||December 2nd, December 20th|
As of Monday, a total of 2,268,691 tests were conducted in Nevada, an increase of 13,943 over the last 24 hours.
The positive rate of the test is currently reported as a 14-day average, up from 21.3% the day before to 21.5% as of Tuesday. It reached 10% on October 24, but before that, Nevada had not recorded more than 10% positive tests since September 1.
* Note: Daily lab data from DHHS and SNHD reports The day before..
Clark County Cases, Tests, Deaths
Of the 1,143 new COVID-19 cases in Nevada, more than 64% (737) were reported in Clark County on Tuesday, according to data released by the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) on Wednesday.
Nevada health officials said the total number of cases on Wednesday was “a result of delayed laboratory reporting.” “It looks low today, and when we receive the data, it will be higher than usual,” officials said.
There are currently a total of 2,716 deaths, 194,220 confirmed cases, and 10,725 hospitalizations, according to the Nevada Southern Health District dashboard, which is updated daily.
Like Nevada, Clark County is undergoing a resurgence of hospitalization.
Forty-two new deaths were reported in Clark County yesterday. The latest report states that the health district killed 117.2 people for every 100,000 people in Clark County.
SNHD data show that 12,791 positive cases have been reported in the county in the last 7 days.
Approximately one-third (30.9%) of cases reported in Clark County are Hispanic, the most affected ethnic group in the region, and nearly half (46.2%) of positive cases reported in the county. The age group is 25-49 years old. ..
SNHD includes the number of pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndromes (MIS-C) in its daily report. Twelve new cases were reported in December 2020. Six new cases were reported in January, and the latest case was reported on January 13, for a total of 37 cases.
All of these cases were reported in children younger than 14 years, all of whom were COVID-19 positive.
MIS-C is a condition in which various parts of the body, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, and gastrointestinal organs, can become inflamed.
According to the health district, MIS-C is rare and is still being studied by the CDC to learn more about it and its impact on children. Although there is no known cause, many children with MIS-C had close contact with the virus that causes COVID-19, or with infected people.
The number of people recovering from the virus in Clark County continues to grow. As of Tuesday, the county estimates a total of 170,081 recovered cases. According to the latest report of SNHD, this is 87.6% of all cases reported in the county.
The Health District provides a daily map showing the number of positive tests for each zip code in Clark County.
UNLVCOVID-19 Case Update
UNLV has changed the way COVID-19 cases are reported. At the end of each week, the university updates the graph to record new cases.
According to the latest report, 25 new COVID-19 cases were recorded last week, 9 of which were students, 13 were staff, and 3 were faculty. A total of 610 cases, including both students and employees, have been recorded since UNLV began tracking COVID-19 data on March 25.
Click here to view UNLV’s COVID-19 report.
Nevada COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts
Governor Sisorak has extended the state’s current mitigation measures for another 30 days as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to increase across the state. It was scheduled to end on January 15, 2021.
At a press conference on January 11, health officials Shannon Bennett and Candice McDaniel provided updates on the revision of the state’s Vaccine Playbook. Nevada is implementing a strategy aimed at abolishing the hierarchy and clarifying priorities for vaccination of some people, but all people within the age group are treated equally. Explains that this is not the case.
The key difference lies in the two “lanes” of vaccination outlined in the handbook. There is a “general population” lane and a “frontline / mandatory workforce” lane. Click here for more information.
Nevada is currently using the third edition of the Vaccine Playbook, which outlines the state’s plans to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to its population.
Governor Sisorak continues to urge the public not to give up wearing masks or social distance.
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