LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — There are four newly reported COVID-19-related deaths in Clark County, bringing the county’s total to 137, according to the Southern Nevada Health District’s Sunday report. There are now 2,940 cases in the county, up 58 from Saturday.
According to SNHD, 1,696 people have recovered from COVID-19; that’s just over 57% of all cases in Clark County.
Nevada is reporting 157 COVID-19 deaths statewide as of Sunday, up six from Saturday. The number of new COVID-19 cases in the state increased by 102 from Saturday, bringing the state’s new total to 3,728.
Statewide at least 27,870 people have tested negative for the virus, and 38,668 tests have been conducted.
The health district is now providing a daily map with the number of positive tests in each ZIP code.
CASES AROUND NEVADA
SEE ALSO: Friday’s reports
WASHOE COUNTY — A woman in her 90s with underlying health conditions died, becoming the county’s 16th person to die during the COVID-19 pandemic. Washoe County reports 16 new cases for a total of 588 positive tests. More details include: four additional recoveries for a total of 119, and 40 people currently hospitalized.
NYE COUNTY — A new positive test reported Saturday in Pahrump brings Nye County’s total to 22. Elsewhere, there have been four COVID-19 cases in Tonopah, and one each in Beatty and Amargosa Valley. The county reports about 540 tests have been performed.
LYON COUNTY — Three new cases on Friday put Lyon County’s total for COVID-19 positive tests at 15. The new cases involved one man in his 30s and two women, both in their 40s. Officials report two people have recovered.
CARSON CITY — A man in his 20s tested positive for COVID-19, officials said Friday. Carson City has had 28 total cases, and 7 people have recovered.
CHURCHILL COUNTY — Two new positive tests for COVID-19 involve a woman in her 50s and a man in his 60s, according to county officials. The Friday morning report brings the county to a total of three cases. Through Thursday, 85 people in the county have been tested.
MINERAL COUNTY — The county reported its first positive test on Wednesday. Testing data on Mt. Grant General Hospital’s website indicate officials are waiting on 111 test results out of a total 191 tests.
The only Nevada counties that have not reported a positive test for COVID-19: Esmeralda, Eureka, Lander, Pershing and Storey.