The Southern Nevada Health District’s main location, East Las Vegas Public Health Center, Rancho, Henderson and Mesquite are now open! Clients are required to wear cloth face coverings. Services are available by appointment only.Food Handler Card Services remain suspended at this time. Please visit Clinical and Program pages for additional information about accessing services and hours. The following location remains closed due to the COVID-19 response: Laughlin. For further information, please call (702) 759-1000.
LAS VEGAS – The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting two additional cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) in Clark County. Both patients tested positive for COVID-19 and required hospitalization but have been discharged and are recovering. The Health District reported the first confirmed case of MIS-C associated with COVID-19 in a child on June 12.
Con el aumento tan rápido en el número de casos del COVID-19 que ocurre en la comunidad hispana del Condado Clark, líderes del condado, expertos en la salud y socios comunitarios lanzaron fuerte campaña para aumentar el conocimiento entre los hispanos de todas las edades sobre la importancia del usar máscaras en lugares públicos, de ir a los sitios donde se hacen las pruebas gratuitas y de buscar recursos para protegerse a sí mismos y a sus familias del virus.
With a rapid increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Clark County occurring in the Hispanic community, County leaders, health experts and partners announced a sweeping new outreach effort to boost understanding among Hispanic residents of all ages about the need to wear face coverings in public places, visit free testing sites, and find resources to help protect themselves and their families from the virus.
Mosquitoes that tested positive as part of the Southern Nevada Health District Mosquito Surveillance Program’s trapping activities mark the first appearance of West Nile virus in Clark County this season. The mosquitoes were trapped in the 89120 ZIP code.
The Southern Nevada Health District recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public, even more importantly in environments where social distancing is not always possible. As businesses are reopening, the Health District has issued guidance and recommendations that employees should wear non-hospital grade, cloth face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Everyone working is encouraged to wear a cloth face covering to protect customers when maintaining 6 feet of separation isn’t possible.
The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting the first confirmed case of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) in Clark County. The patient is a child under the age of 4 who tested positive for COVID-19. The child did require hospitalization but has been discharged and is recovering.
LAS VEGAS – As Clark County’s COVID-19 case count began to climb, the Southern Nevada Health District expanded its staff of four disease investigators to more than 60 in six weeks. Today, as staff continues to work on case and contact notifications for the more than 5,400 reported cases in Clark County, the agency has implemented an automated system to expedite its efforts to notify people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
The Southern Nevada Health District’s Daily Aggregate Reports have been revised to include rates. Today’s report also includes a revised estimate of recovered patients. The revised number is based on more accurate estimates of current hospitalizations after discovering the reporting system was inflating completed discharge dates in some instances.
The Southern Nevada Health District is seeking participation by members of the public for the 2020 Community Health Assessment (CHA), which identifies community-wide, health-related needs and strengths, as well as available resources to address and improve health outcomes.