Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-28 15:02:52 –
The following is Complete COVID-19 Report on Tuesday, July 27
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Clark County and Nevada continue to be high COVID-19 infections and remain on the White House’s list of “Areas of Concern.” According to the latest report released Wednesday morning..
Nevada’s coronavirus count continues to skyrocket as data released Tuesday reports 1,179 new cases and 20 deaths.
Nevada’s test positive rate has now risen from 13.7% to 14%, following the steadily increasing 15.3% in Clark County.
Clark County continues to fuel more numbers in about 89% of Nevada’s COVID-19 cases. Currently, 12 of the 17 counties in Nevada are flagged for increased risk of infection, including Washoe County, Nevada’s second largest metropolitan area with Reno and Spark.
The entire state is red and all counties are labeled as “high transmission” areas. Nevada is in other highly transparent states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kansas Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah. Listed.
Of the 20 new deaths in Nevada, 16 are from Clark County.Nevada hospitalizations did not increase in today’s report After the state recorded more than 100 on Monday..
Breakdown of cases and deaths and tests
The number of cases in Nevada has increased by 1,179 over the past day, most of them in Clark County (1,048). The total number of cases in the state is currently 353,746. Clark County has a total of 277,982. It’s important to be careful State no longer updates dashboards on weekends Or a holiday. This may be the reason for the high total number of cases and deaths in the Monday and Tuesday reports.
The positive test rate in Nevada has risen from 13.7% to 14%. It fell below the World Health Organization target of 5.0% on May 17, and exceeded it on June 28. Clark County’s rate is even higher, from 14.9% to 15.3%.
Nevada has reported 20 COVID-19-related deaths in the last 24 hours. 16 of them were in Clark County. Southern Nevada now accounts for 4,669 of the state’s 5,874 deaths. The 14-day moving average is 6 deaths per day.
As of Tuesday, a total of 3,701,591 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Nevada, an increase of 10,285 over the past day.
* Note: Daily lab data from DHHS and SNHD reports The day before..
July 6 was the first time Clark County had been flagged for increased transmission of the disease since March 3. (Counties are flagged as having increased disease transmission 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, Lincoln, Lyon, Minerals, Nai and Washoe.
Clark County’s case rate (787 per 100,000 in the last 30 days) and test positive rate (15.3%) are reported in the data reported today. The tests (240 tests per 100,000 per day) are within state tolerance.
State Health Department Report 2,669,177 times Part of the COVID-19 vaccine was administered in Nevada. As of July 27. Of the total dose in Nevada, 2,134,179 were administered in the southern part of the state, according to the health district. Daily dashboard updates..
As of today, more than 47% of the Nevadans currently vaccinated are fully vaccinated, and 56% of the target population has begun vaccination. Clark County reports that more than 46% of eligible residents are fully vaccinated, approaching the target of 60%.
Breakdown of hospitalizations in Nevada
Note: The state has not updated hospitalization data weekend Or holiday..
According to the state Department of Health and Social Welfare (DHHS)Number of inpatients in Nevada, Nevada Did not change Tuesday after an increase of over 100 the day before.
The current number of hospitalizations 1,143 confirmed / suspicious cases.. The hospital reported that 231 of these patients were in the intensive care unit and 142 were on mechanical ventilation.
“As of July 20, Nevada is about 30 days from the formation of the current wave. The current total (n = 994) is close to the peak level of the second wave in Nevada (n = 1,147), About half (n = 2,025) of the largest wave (third) that peaked in December 2020. The second wave peaked after a sustained increase in hospitalization for about 44 days, and the third wave , Peaked after hospitalization increased for about 66 consecutive days. Latest report from Nevada Hospital Association (NHA).
“The increase in Nevada’s COVID-19 cases is fully driven by activity in the southern part of the state. In the north and rural areas, a very modest increase or stability continues,” said NHA. I am.
The NHA states in a weekly summary that hospitals can handle the current number of cases.
“Southern hospitals appreciate the high occupancy of all causes at the same time as this fourth wave of COVID-19 patients. However, hospitals have not reported a shortage of supplies, drugs or vaccines. Hmm. Staff challenges and the ability to transfer outpatients to skilled nursing homes have been reported to add a level of complexity to high occupancy. “
To give some perspective, the state set a record high for inpatients with 2,025 cases on December 13.
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 260,096 recovered cases. According to this, this is 93.6% 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.
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 will take effect on Friday, July 30th at 12:01 am.this Disable Clark County Employee Maskman Date, Effective in mid-July.
Masks are required even 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