Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-10 17:02:51 –
The following is Complete COVID-19 Report on Wednesday, June 9th
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Nevada’s COVID-19 test positive rate was stable on Wednesday as the state reported nearly 300 additional coronavirus cases, data released today show. More than 41% of Vaccinated Nevadans have been vaccinated.
Case & Death & Test
Nevada has reported 295 new COVID-19 cases from Clark County (248) over the past day. The total number of cases in the state is currently 326,878. Clark County has a total of 253,754. It’s important to be careful State no longer updates dashboards on weekendsThat may be the reason why the Monday and Tuesday reports show higher case and death totals.
Nevada has reported four more COVID-19-related deaths in the past day. These are all from Clark County. Nevada’s most populous county now accounts for 4,439 of the state’s 5,621 deaths. The 14-day moving average is 2 deaths per day.
According to the data, the test positive rate dropped on Tuesday and remains at 3.4%. According to the data, this rate declines day by day and continues to hit record lows. On May 17, it fell short of the World Health Organization target of 5.0%.
As of Wednesday, a total of 3,432,006 tests were conducted in Nevada, with an increase of 6,166 over the past day.
* Note: Daily lab data from DHHS and SNHD reports The day before..
On March 12, we recorded for the first time in more than six months that no counties were flagged by trackers. The county is flagged as having high disease transmission if it meets two or three of the above criteria. In today’s report, Elko County was flagged.
Clark County cleared all state COVID-19 standards on Wednesday, May 27, with a case rate of less than 200 per 100,000 population in the last 30 days.
Currently, the case rate for the last 30 days is 139 per 100,000. The tests (164 tests per 100,000 per day) and the test positive rate (3.4%) are within state tolerances.
The Vaccinations tab on the DHHS dashboard has been updated Vaccination number Weekdays every week.Click here View dashboardBe sure to click on the Vaccinations tab below the current status tab.
State Health Department Report 2,344,007 times The COVID-19 vaccine was administered in Nevada. As of June 9According to the Nevada Southern Health District, 1,817,281 of Nevada’s total dose is given in Clark County. Daily dashboard updates..
The state health department reports that more than 41% of eligible Nevadans are currently fully vaccinated and more than 49% of eligible people have begun vaccination. Clark County reports that more than 41% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated, approaching the target of 60%.
Note: The state has not updated hospitalization data, including ICU unit or ventilator patient counts. Sunday Or holiday..
According to the state Department of Health and Welfare (DHHS), The number of hospitalized patients in Nevada down In the last day.
The current number of hospitalizations 216 confirmed / suspicious cases“The low number of COVID-19 inpatients in Nevada keeps the state-wide commerce and recreation stable, even if it returns to near normal (pre-COVID).” Report of Nevada Hospital Association With the latest update. “The state has remained in the longest case valley since the Nevada Hospital Association (NHA) began tracking patient numbers.”
To give some perspective, the state set a record high for inpatients with 2,025 cases on December 13.
The number of people recovering from the virus in Clark County continues to grow. The latest county update estimates a total of 243,400 recovered cases. According to this, this is 95.9% of all cases reported in the county. Latest report of SNHD..
Health district provides Daily map containing the number of positive tests for each zip code in Clark County..
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.
Fully vaccinated Nevadans no longer need to wear a mask. However, you must wear a mask if required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, regulations, or regulations, including guidance for local businesses and workplaces.
Related item: Previous day’s report