LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services is reporting 163 COVID-19 deaths statewide as of Monday night. The number of new COVID-19 cases in the state increased by 102 from Sunday, bringing the state’s new total to 3,830.
More than 58 percent of Clark County’s COVID-19 cases have recovered as Nevada’s most populated county nears 3,000 positive cases.
According to the Southern Nevada Health District’s Monday report, 1,758 people in Clark County have recovered from the virus.
There have been no newly reported COVID-19-related deaths in Clark County since Sunday, with the total at 137. There are now 2,998 cases in the county, up 58 from Sunday.
In a Monday news release, Churchill County reported its first death — a man in his 50s with underlying health conditions. The man had been hospitalized in Fallon, and died on Saturday, according to county health officials.
Statewide, at least 28,517 people have tested negative for the virus, and 39,528 tests have been conducted.
The health district is now providing a daily map with the number of positive tests in each ZIP code.
Looking at the number of positive cases in each city in Southern Nevada, the counts are currently:
- Las Vegas: 2,009
- North Las Vegas: 334
- Henderson: 292
- Boulder City: 21
- Mesquite: 7
CASES AROUND NEVADA
SEE ALSO: Sunday’s reports
CHURCHILL COUNTY — With Saturday’s death at Renown Hospital in Fallon, Churchill County becomes the fifth Nevada county to report a death. County health officials say a man in his 50s with underlying health conditions died, and he had underlying health conditions. The county has only reported 3 positive tests leading up to the news, and 89 tests have been performed.
NYE COUNTY — Four new positive tests were reported Monday in Pahrump, bringing Nye County’s total number of cases to 32. Of those, 26 have come from Pahrump, which is only about 60 miles from Las Vegas. About 630 test results have been reported to the county.
WASHOE COUNTY — The county reports 25 new positive tests for COVID-19, raising the total count to 662.