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Virus Surge Twice as Bad in Reno as Vegas; Hospitals Filling

RENO, Nev. (AP) — The state hospital association urged Nevadans Wednesday to stay out of hospital emergency rooms except in true emergencies, especially in northern Nevada where a resurgence in COVD-19 cases continues at a rate twice as high as the Las Vegas area. “Many hospital emergency departments in northern...
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Attendees Revolt over Vaccine Mandate: NAB Cancels 2021 Convention

The Sisolak mandates have killed another huge revenue stream for the city of Las Vegas as the NAB Show announced they have canceled their annual convention which was set to take place October 9th through the 13th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Last month, NAB show officials announced that...
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UNR President Brian Sandoval tests positive for COVID-19

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - University of Nevada, Reno president, Brian Sandoval announced Wednesday he has tested positive for COVID-19. In a letter to students and faculty, he said he has had mild symptoms and anticipates a quick recovery. Sandoval said he will isolate and work from home for the next 10 days.
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Nevada Hospital Association asks residents to 'help' rural, northern hospitals amid surge of new COVID-19 patients

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Nevada Hospital Association is asking residents to "help hospitals and health care workers" as some parts of the state are "experiencing above average hospitalizations." According to a statement and report released Wednesday, the association said the above-average hospitalizations are occurring in Northern Nevada and the...
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UNR president, former governor Brian Sandoval tests positive for COVID-19

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- University of Nevada, Reno president and former governor Brian Sandoval announced he tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday. Sandoval said he received he positive test early on Sept. 15 after previously testing negative last week, on Sept. 9. Sandoval said he will work from home and self-isolate over the next ten days.
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Ex-Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has breakthrough case of COVID-19

RENO – Former Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, attributing only “mild symptoms” to being vaccinated against the disease. Sandoval, now the president of the University of Nevada, Reno, said in a campuswide email that he tested positive Wednesday morning after having tested...
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Former senator Heller expected to join GOP race for governor

CARSON CITY — Former GOP Sen. Dean Heller is expected to declare his candidacy for governor at a “special announcement” scheduled for Monday at the local GOP party headquarters in the state capital. Heller, whose candidacy has been anticipated, would join a crowded GOP field as the likely front-runner to...
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Nevada Hospital Association Asks Nevadans to Help Hospitals During Pandemic

The Nevada Hospital Association (NHA) is asking all Nevadans to help hospitals and health care workers as our state is experiencing above average hospitalizations, especially in northern Nevada and our rural communities. COVID-19 has once again taken hold of Nevada, and NHA continues to see patients this time of year...
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All Nevada state-run operations with vulnerable populations must require employee COVID-19 vaccines

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (KLAS) — Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday signed an emergency regulation that requires State of Nevada employees who work with vulnerable populations in state-operated, licensed health care settings or state-operated detention facilities to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The move comes following a 4-0 vote from the Nevada State Board of Health (BOH).
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President Sandoval test positive for COVID-19

A special thanks needs to be given to all of you for the work that has been done so far this semester in ensuring the health and well-being of our campus community. The steps that all of you are taking this semester speak to the concern and care that the Wolf Pack Family continues to demonstrate for one another during what has been an achievement-filled and busy fall semester.
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Senators introduce disaster tax relief bill backed by AICPA

Lawmakers proposed bipartisan legislation in the Senate to allow the Internal Revenue Service to postpone filing deadlines when a state-level disaster declaration is issued, rather than waiting for the federal government. The Filing Relief for Natural Disasters Act, introduced Tuesday by Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada, John Kennedy, R-Louisiana and...
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Some wheelchairs to be given to locals in need

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Richard Harris Law firm is proud to partner with Wheelchair Foundation, a leading charitable foundation providing free wheelchairs to men, women, and children in need, to distribute wheelchairs to Nevadans who require a permanent wheelchair, but cannot afford them on October 2. “It’s heartbreaking to know...
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Nevada COVID metrics a mixed bag as positivity rate, deaths climb

Nevada on Tuesday reported 1,361 new coronavirus cases and 35 deaths over the preceding day as the state’s main COVID-19 metrics continued to paint a mixed picture of the state of the outbreak . Reported fatalities were higher than the 26 deaths reported on Monday for the preceding three days,...
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Nevada DMV: TSA issue with new driver's license design resolved, updated

UPDATE (Sept. 14) -- The Nevada DMV said the TSA issue reading Nevada's new driver's license design has been resolved in most Eastern time zone TSA scanners. "The rest of the country has been updated," a DMV spokesman said Tuesday. "Either way, Nevadans with a valid government-issued ID will be screened through the security checkpoint and be allowed to travel. The TSA will conduct a manual inspection of any photo ID that is not recognized."
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