At the Washoe County and state level briefings today, health officials greeted Nevadans with a flurry of good news–and some cautions.
New realities have come to light suggesting that while anyone might be infected with COVID-19, the outcome of the disease will be vastly different.
The two Trump rallies that took place in Nevada, on September 12 and 13, have been a major cause for concerns among health officials.
The Washoe County Health District does not expect to see an “influx” of COVID-19 cases after the Labor Day weekend as of now.
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