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Southern Nevada Health District says more than 13K vaccines administered in Clark County

Posted at 1:58 PM, Dec 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-30 16:58:12-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — As of Dec. 28, there have been 13,467 COVID-19 vaccines administered in Clark County. The first vaccines were distributed on Dec. 14. Immunization data for Clark County originates from the State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. Data is preliminary and subject to change.

The Health District will open a clinic to provide COVID-19 vaccine to staff of smaller outpatient and home health facilities at its 280 S. Decatur public health center beginning Jan. 5, 2021. Vaccine will be available to health care providers from these practices by appointment only. Appointments can be made at https://booking.appointy.com/snhdvaccines.

To date, the Health District has received 47,200 doses of COVID-19 vaccine.


More information about COVID-19 is available on the Southern Nevada Health District website at www.SNHD.info/covid [snhd.info].

New Year’s Eve

The Southern Nevada Health District recommends people ring in the New Year with members of their household only. Staying home and away from others is the best way to ensure people are celebrating safely and limiting their risk of getting or giving COVID-19 to others. To date, the Health District has reported 168,342 cases of COVID-19 in Clark County, and 2,336 people have died as a result of the virus.

People who are hosting New Year’s Eve parties should consider only including people who live in the same home and celebrating virtually with friends and families from outside their household. If people do host or attend gatherings with people outside their household, masks should be worn at all times and guests should maintain 6 feet of space between each other. When possible, events should be held outdoors, or in large, well-ventilated spaces, with open windows. More information on safer holiday celebrations is available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays/winter.html.