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Local anti-homeless groups and tenant advocates applauded the move Monday, but a representative for a Nevada apartment association called the move “devastating” for struggling landlords.

 
Vaccine eligibility expands in Nevada

All Nevadans 16 and older will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday.

Nevada on track to reach ‘herd immunity,’ official says

Nevada may be on track to achieve “herd immunity” to COVID-19 despite the growing presence of more infectious variants in the state, a top public health official said Monday.

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Pandemic a reminder that Las Vegas needs to diversify economy

The COVID-19 pandemic marks the second time in a decade that Southern Nevada was among the hardest hit by a global economic crisis, though its recovery could be shorter this time.

Nevada drivers sue insurance companies over pandemic rates

Class-action lawsuits filed Tuesday accuse auto insurance companies of failing to reduce premiums sufficiently for Nevada policyholders during the pandemic.

CARES Act fraud likely spurred spike in criminal cases

The U.S. Small Business Administration has referred more criminal cases — including two from Nevada — to federal prosecutors in 2020 than in any year during the past two decades.

Nevada sees 5th straight day of fewer than 1K new COVID-19 cases

Nevada on Thursday reported 889 new coronavirus cases and 51 additional deaths over the preceding day, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

 
Sisolak announces vaccination guideline revisions

“Our primary goal is to ensure we don’t let any doses go to waste. We want to maximize every dose that comes into the state — and avoid expired or unused doses,” he said.

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