LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Cashman Center will no longer be used as a coronavirus vaccine distribution center after May 5.
Local health officials say they will shift resources to the Las Vegas Convention Center and smaller vaccination centers around the valley.
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The Cashman site will close as the state largely disbands the COVID-19 Taskforce and shifts control of virus mitigation measures to county officials.
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As of Friday, 45% of Nevadans had received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine and 32% had been completely vaccinated.
People can still book an appointment for their coronavirus vaccine at several locations through the Southern Nevada Health District.