Coronavirus Information Center

Coronavirus deaths in Nevada have nearly doubled over the past three days and more than quadrupled the past week to a total of 26. Confirmed cases statewide have more than tripled from about 300 a week ago to more than 1,100. The eight new deaths confirmed from Monday to Tuesday are twice as many as the previous single-day increase, when four each were reported March 26 and March 28.  Deaths attributed to the virus totaled six statewide on March 25, and 14 on March 28. Of the 26 deaths statewide, 23 have been in Clark County and three in Washoe County.

The state website shows that 11,794 people have been tested for the virus with 10,681 testing negative. It also shows 7% of cases are in people 19 years old and under. The largest age group impacted is those between the ages of 30 to 39 followed by those between the ages of 40 to 59.