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Coronavirus in Nevada

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Coronavirus in Nevada

Coronavirus in Nevada

More than 78,000 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Nevada since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the state health department.

More than 1,500 people have died.

The department has not released data for survival rates statewide.

Right now the state's cumulative test positivity rate is 9.9% -- which is the lowest it's been since the end of July -- which means nearly 10% of people getting tested for COVID-19 are testing positive.

For the latest figures from both state and county officials visit ktnv.com/Covid19Tracker.

ACCORDING TO THE STATE HEALTHDEPARTMENT-- MORE THAN 15HUNDRED PEOPLE HAVE DIED.NO SURVIVAL RATE FIGURES.RIGHT NOW THE STATE'SCUMULATIVE TEST POSITIVITY RATEIS 9.9% WHICH IS THE LOWESTIT'S BEEN SINCE THE END OFJULY.WHICH MEANS NEARLY 10% OFPEOPLE GETTING TESTED FORCOVID-19 ARE TESTING POSITIVE.SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS IN CLARKCOUNTY HAVE UNTIL TOM




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