The material included here is guidance to assist food establishments in Clark County to reduce the spread of COVID-19, comply with Governor Sisolak’s Executive Orders and begin Phased Reopening. The following includes public health practices that are recommended.
The Southern Nevada Health District is committed to helping people experiencing homelessness and the community that serves them. We are collaborating with government agencies, community partners, and stakeholders to provide a coordinated effort and guided response specific to:
Staff and Residents of Homeless Shelters
Outreach Staff and People Experiencing Unsheltered Homelessness
Alternate Care Sites
Homeless Service Providers and Shelters:
If you are a shelter and have questions regarding cleaning and disinfecting, representatives from the Health District Environmental Health Division are available for assistance. Please contact them at email@example.com.
If you are a shelter and need technical assistance other than cleaning and disinfecting, technical representatives from the Southern Nevada Health District are available for assistance. Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cashman Center and Desert Pines High School have reached clinic capacity for first dose Pfizer vaccine for walk-in patients today, Friday, February 19 and no additional doses are available for… Read More
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