Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Nevada Nevada Health Response
COVID-19. To inform Nevadans statewide, the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Governor's Office have created this website to better share information and resources as it pertains to the current status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact within the state of Nevada.
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Health Information Nevada Health Response
(8 days ago) Health Information. Find COVID-19 Treatment in Nevada – A web-based COVID-19 outpatient treatment locator tool is available to help health care providers and patients find potential locations for treatment with monoclonal antibody therapeutics.. Coping and Managing Mental Health – Anxiety, fear, stress and loneliness are among the many emotions that people are experiencing as a result of
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Nevada's Healthcare
(8 days ago) Health Care Facilities and Laboratories. The following documents provide guidance to Health Care facilities, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, acute care facilities, and skilled nursing facilities, as well as medical laboratories. Health Care Facilities. COVID-19 Testing Standing Order Jan. 12, 2021
General Health Resources Nevada Health Response
(8 days ago) General Health Resources. The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, along with other state agencies and partner organizations statewide, provides services to help residents in a variety of ways — from assistance with basic needs such as food and shelter, to health insurance, child protective services, mental health programs, services for elderly residents and more.
Find COVID-19 Testing in Nevada Nevada Health Response
(4 days ago) 1. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please contact your healthcare provider or telehealth program to discuss whether you should be evaluated for testing. 2. Each coronavirus test provider will determine if testing is appropriate based on your symptoms, risk factors, and test availability.
Education Information Nevada Health Response
(2 days ago) The BinaxNOW antigen test should be administered by a health care provider, who usually is the school nurse in the school setting. Testing should only occur after appropriate consent is received. Adult staff members must provide consent prior to a test being administered on them.
Nevada Health Response Guidance: Directive 011
(5 days ago) Nevada Health Response Guidance: Directive 011 Administration of Vaccines by Providers of Medical Services January 14, 2021 . All qualified providers of medical services may administer the COVID-19 vaccine. This Guidance clarifies that the intent and purpose of Directive 011 is to broadly allow
Nevada United Nevada Health Response
(6 days ago) Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery is designed to build a path forward and safely restart Nevada’s economy. This roadmap outlines a coordinated, state-specific plan to address the COVID-19 public health and economic crisis. The core guiding principle is that Nevada’s efforts should be “Federally supported, state managed, and locally
Travelers & Visitors
(7 days ago) CDC Travel Health Notices inform travelers and clinicians about current health issues that impact travelers’ health, like disease outbreaks, special events or gatherings, and natural disasters, in specific destinations. For updated CDC guidance on current travel advisories, visit the CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel page.
Coping and Managing Mental Health Nevada Health Response
(5 days ago) Warmline for Health Care Workers: 1-833-434-0385 – This toll-free phone line serves as a confidential mental health resource for health care professionals to seek support before they have reached a crisis point. The Nevada HealthCARES Warmline is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Health Care Providers and First Responders Nevada Health
(Just Now) Health Care Providers and First Responders. The following documents provide guidance to Health Care providers—including home health care providers—and first responders. Pharmacists. Pharmacists and Medical Laboratory Testing Under the PREP Act – issued 06-02-2020 Farmacéuticos y Prueba Médica de Laboratorio Bajo la Ley PREP; Health Care
Nevada COVID-19 Vaccine Playbook
(8 days ago) Community Health Nursing offices in rural counties, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and Rural Health Centers • Chain and independent pharmacies • Worksites and other occupational health clinics • Hospitals • Temporary or off-site/mobile vaccination clinics which can be held by public or private
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Nevada Nevada Health Response
(4 days ago) WHEREAS, the World Health Organization advises that the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 virus is highly contagious, and spreads through respiratory transmission, and direct and indirect contact with Infected persons and surfaces; and WHEREAS, the World Health Organization advises that transmission occurs through both droplet and airbome
Local Public Health Care Authorities & Tribes
(6 days ago) Local Public Health Care Authorities & Tribes. Local Public Health Care Authorities & Tribes. The following documents and links provide identification, monitoring, and containment guidance to local public health authorities and tribal governments. 4/13 Crisis Standards of Care. 4/8 Technical Bulletin: Reporting COVID-19 Fatalities.
Downloadable Graphics & Signage Nevada Health Response
(5 days ago) Scams. Mental Health – includes fact sheets and sharable informational graphics. Nevada Heroes Campaign – includes messaging text and folders with graphics in English and Spanish. Housing Issues and Assistance – includes messaging graphics and information in English and Spanish. Public Service Announcements – video files that can be
COVID-19 Testing Information for Health Care Providers
(3 days ago) Health care providers may test any patient with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (i.e., fever, cough, shortness of breath). It is important to note that until testing supplies and laboratory capacity are widely available, the Department of Health and Human Services is asking providers to
Hope Means Nevada Nevada Health Response
(Just Now) Hope Means Nevada is a campaign organized by Nevada Medical Center, which is a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. The mission of Nevada Medical Center is to improve Nevada’s healthcare through the promotion of collaboration and innovation within the healthcare community. With established performance metrics and health indicators
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 15, 2021 Communications
(2 days ago) like MGM Resorts to protect the health of residents and visitors. • This Saturday, vaccination and testing will be available on the Las Vegas Strip at Park MGM (adjacent to Eataly) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. • The event will offer testing and all 3 vaccines for those age 12 and older.
(Just Now) Smoking weakens lung health and COVID-19 is a respiratory disease (i.e., a disease that targets the lungs). Both former (have smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime) and current (smoke cigarettes every day or some days) smokers face heightened risk. From the most recent data
Nevada Medical Advisory Team: Guidance on Directive 024
(3 days ago) Department of Health and Human Services and local health authorities and are responsible for clearly communicating any requirements to parents, guardians, and campers. Are there any exemptions to who should wear a face covering? Yes, Exemptions include persons: o Who are 2 years of age and under, to avoid potential risk of suffocation.
LARGE GATHERING COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS & SAFETY …
(6 days ago) The health and safety of Nevada’s workers, residents, and visitors remains the top priority. By completing this Large Gathering Venue COVID-19 Preparedness & Safety Plan Certification Form (“Large Gathering Certification”), event organizers and venues are
Nevada Medical Advisory Team: Guidance on Directive 024
(Just Now) Department of Health and Human Services and local health authorities and are responsible for clearly communicating any requirements to parents, guardians, and campers. Are there any exemptions to who should wear a face covering? Yes, Exemptions include persons: o Who are 2 years of age and under, to avoid potential risk of suffocation.
EVERY NEVADAN RECOVERY FRAMEWORK
(1 days ago) vaccination efforts, public health programming, food security, K-12 and higher education, assistance for vulnerable populations, small business support, economic recovery, and more. Finally, the ARP includes the “Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund,” which dedicates another $10 …
Travel & Visitors Nevada Health Response
(8 days ago) Visit the Washoe County Health District website for contact information, testing locations in the area, and more. DOWNLOAD THE NEVADA COVID TRACE APP TO YOUR SMARTPHONE. COVID Trace is a free, easy-to-use mobile phone app that gives Nevada health officials the information they need to fight COVID-19, without compromising your privacy.
Crisis Standards of Care
(4 days ago) • Healthcare provider: An organization or institution that provides healthcare or public health services. • Public health emergency: Either (1) a declared state of emergency or public health emergency in which the health of the public is at risk; or (2) circumstances that require implementing a crisis standard of care as defined by IOM.
NEVADA COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDANCE: PLACES OF WORSHIP
(9 days ago) • Conduct health screenings for all faith leaders, staff and worshippers by measuring temperature, assessing for respiratory infection symptoms, and asking if there is a history of exposure to confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases.
Governor Directives and Declarations Nevada Health Response
(7 days ago) Nevada Health Response Guidance: Directive 011 Administration of Vaccines by Providers of Medical Services (Updated 2/1/2021) Declaration of Emergency Directive 010 – Stay at Home Order. Declaration of Emergency Directive 009 – Legal Actions and Business License Expiration (Updated 4/2/2020) Declaration of Emergency Directive 008 (Updated 3
test Nevada Health Response
(7 days ago) The numbers may not always match the most recent reports released by local health jurisdictions since statewide cases will be updated as lab data are available. Additionally, these are laboratory-based data which may reflect some results on patients that live outside of Nevada. Those cases will be removed once the epidemiological investigation
WASHOE COUNTY ROADMAP TO RECOVERY MITIGATION …
(5 days ago) Specifically, if the Health Meter reaches red ornew case counts reach 625 per 100,000 large events, guidelines will revert to standards of a 250-person limit or 50% capacity , whichever is less. Enforcement: It is the responsibility of the event producer/promoter to …
NEVADA GUIDANCE FOR SAFE GATHERINGS
(7 days ago) health conditions or other reasons. There are also situations in which a face covering may be temporarily removed, such as when actively eating or drinking, provided that social distancing is maintained between members of different parties. Businesses and venues may choose to have more protective requirements than
NEVADA’s ROADMAP TO RECOVERY
(6 days ago) • Public health officials will be able to monitor any potential impacts of new COVID-19 variants Additionally, allowing for time between each step in the lifting of restrictions will let the State observe thefull impacts of those act ions on community transmission throughout Nevada --i.e. stabilization, increase or decrease
Warmline launched to support Nevada’s health care workers
(Just Now) health care professionals to seek support before they have reached a crisis point. "The partnership between UNLV and DPBH is a tremendous resource for health care workers across our State. These workers have been on the front lines helping Nevada battle COVID-19 and it's important we provide them the same care
LARGE GATHERING VENUE COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS & …
(3 days ago) health authority with jurisdiction over the gathering or event for review and confirmation that the Plan meets the local public health standards and will not place an unacceptable burden on the local health infrastructure. A Large Gathering Plan should be …
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(5 days ago) Work with local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications. Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures. Following testing, contact local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing.
PROPOSED LOCAL MITIGATION AND ENFORCEMENT PLAN
(6 days ago) public health officials and other applicable state agencies to review and potentially approve gatherings above 250 individuals, up to 50 percent. • Events taking place May 1 – June 30 (after potential transition to Local Authority): Large Plan Certification Forms may be submitted through April 30 (or through whenever authority
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT AND LABOR ACT …
(8 days ago) and public health officials in determining whether they have the capability to provide appropriate isolation required for stabilizing treatment and/or to accept appropriate transfers. In the event of any EMTALA complaints alleging inappropriate transfers or refusal to accept appropriate transfers, CMS will
COVID Press Bulletins Nevada Health Response
(8 days ago) These calls are hosted by Caleb Cage, the Nevada COVID-19 response director, and Julia Peek, deputy administrator of Community Health Services for the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. The documents below are summaries of the information given during those press bulletins, featuring facts, figures, and other informational items.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 8, 2021 Communications …
(6 days ago) Health Response website. SUMMARY: • As of today’s report, the 14-day positivity rate statewide is 8.2% and the 14-day average daily cases is 369. o Of all new cases identified in Nevada since June 1, 45% were among White non-Hispanic residents, 28% Hispanic, and 14% Black non-Hispanic.
Understanding Governor Sisolak’s Directive for the
(4 days ago) • All health care workers who are battling COVID-19 on the frontlines every day will be able to continue working without fear of eviction. • These rules also apply to small businesses. Landlords should neither evict nor begin the process of eviction while Nevada is under this state of emergency.
Nevada Adopts Updated CDC Mask Guidance fully-vaccinated
(5 days ago) health concerns. Others should respect this choice. Nevadans are encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possi ble. Go to . NVCOVIDFighter.org. or call 1-800-401-0946 for the latest information on appointment and walk in availability. Nevadans 12 years of age and older are now eligible to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. ###
Housing Information Nevada Health Response
(1 days ago) A free self-service portal to assist and provide information to homeowners and consumers and allow participating mortgage servicers to assist and interact with homeowners and consumers exchange documents through the portal. On-demand assistance provided by Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-certified non-profit housing counselors.
WASHOE COUNTY LOCAL
(6 days ago) • The health of Washoe County citizens and visitors is as important as the health of the local economy. • The business community will make the best business decisions with appropriate high impact guidelines. • Citizens and visitors can make their own personal decisions related to health risks within allowable guidelines.
Humboldt County Transition Plan
(4 days ago) • Public health, enforcement, or emergency management needs of the county. Humboldt County has not identified any resource needs at this time. However, if the county were to experience a surge in cases and had to stand up its field hospital, local officials would look …
GATHERINGS AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
(4 days ago) LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES IN NEVADA Carson City Health and Human Services Areas Served: Carson City, Douglas County, Storey County and Lyon County (Cities: Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa, Glenbrook, South Lake Tahoe, and Topaz Lake) Address: 900 East Long Street, Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 827-2190
DOUGLAS COUNTY COVID-19 RECOVERY PLAN
(9 days ago) health/states-ranked-by-percentage-of-covid-19-vaccinesadministered.html), Nevada is ranked 42 for vaccine allocation based on the estimated 2018 population. Therefore, additional vaccine allocations are needed to meet the demand and be able to vaccinate all population groups as intended by the Governor starting on April 5, 2021.
Nevada Roadmap to Recovery: Guidance for Safe Karaoke and
(3 days ago) Karaoke venues that follow these public health guidelines may reopen, effective immediately. Night clubs, day clubs, brothels, and adult entertainment facilities must remain closed. In addition to this guidance, all applicable state and local mandated mitigation measures are to be followed.