Officials announced today an 17 additional cases of COVID-19 in Washoe County and four recoveries. Three more people have died.
At Willow Springs, a residential treatment facility in Reno, 24 youth and 11 staff have tested positive for COVID-19. One staff member has died.
The novel coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating health care capacity in Nevada, highlighting the state’s shortage of providers.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting houseless individuals who are in different stages of recovery for substance use.
The Washoe County Health District continues to be tight-lipped with information about COVID-19. Reno’s mayor is very concerned.
Renown Health is preparing for a surge in hospitalized patients needing care for symptoms of COVID-19 by creating a temporary patient care area in its Mill Street Parking Structure.
A death rate of 35 people per day is anticipated April 17 with total COVID-19 deaths in Nevada projected to be more than 800 people by May 20, 2020.
Arguably the best thing that people can do to help combat coronavirus is to follow the evidence-based guidelines for healthy eating designed to provide adequate nutrition, including adequate nutrition to help ensure our immune systems are properly functioning.
A TMCC employee is one of the latest Washoe County residents to test presumptively positive for COVID-19