RENO, Nev. (AP) — As Nevada’s COVID-19 case rates plummet to their lowest levels since last summer, state health officials are turning more attention to therapeutic treatments for those who can’t get vaccinated or are most at risk of severe illness or death.
Reno Gazette Journal – The state’s COVID-19 call center is expanding service offerings to assist Nevadans with at-home testing kits and therapeutics assessment.
Nevada Appeal – Health officials say home test kits, lab tests, vaccinations and therapeutic treatments are now widely available in Nevada for anyone suffering COVID symptoms.
Las Vegas Review-Journal – Clark County on Thursday reported 396 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths as most major long-term metrics continued to decline.
Las Vegas (KSNV). — Around 7 million Americans who are immunocompromised now have a drug to prevent Covid infection. It’s a drug called Evusheld, and it’s now available in limited supply across the country and here in Southern Nevada.
Noticias Ya – “Nos hemos unido con el gobierno de nevada y el distrito de salud para armar un sitio de tratamiento de infusión para pacientes con Covid positivo y así reciban el tratamiento de anticuerpo monoclonal que tiene un uso de autorización de emergencia para el virus”.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – The free monoclonal antibody clinic that opened in Las Vegas wants anyone sick with COVID-19 to know that they have plenty of appointments and enough supply to help anyone in need.
‘I jumped on the chance’: Doors open at new COVID testing center in Henrico as at-home tests still fly off shelves
HENRICO COUNTY, Va (WRIC) – The Richmond and Henrico Health District has partnered with Henrico County, the Virginia Department of Health and AshBritt/IEM to open a new community COVID-19 testing center at the Richmond Raceway.
CapMetro should have stopped bus service sooner during winter storm, unreleased after-action report says
KUT 90.5 – During last February’s deadly winter storm, Capital Metro workers sheltered shivering Austinites and drove dialysis patients along treacherous roads to life-saving treatments.
Cap Metro should have stopped bus service sooner during winter storm, unreleased after-action report says
Austin Monitor – During last February’s deadly winter storm, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers sheltered shivering Austinites and drove dialysis patients along treacherous roads to lifesaving treatments.