Category Archives: CCSD

Governor Sisolak announced yesterday a total of 588,216 Flexflow COVID-19 Antigen home tests are on the way to the State of Nevada. The first deliveries will be made directly to community partners who will help ensure the tests reach Nevadans in high need communities as quickly as possible. This is the State’s first order of at-home rapid tests […]

This week, the Nevada State Infrastructure Bank held its second meeting to discuss proposals for investing in affordable housing and other priority infrastructure projects to leverage hundreds of millions of dollars of outside capital, while creating thousands of jobs. the State Infrastructure Bank kicked off a 30-day comment period to receive public input on a proposed Capital Allocation Plan to support $75 million […]

This week, the Economic Forum met and heard presentations from government officials and financial analysts about the condition of the Nevada economy, including how tax revenues during the pandemic are outperforming expectations, the impact of federal stimulus dollars and a slow recovery in the casino and hotel industry. The Forum is a panel of state-appointed […]

Nevada’s 33rd Special Session adjourned Sine Die on Tuesday. The Senate voted to approve the redistricting maps along party lines. The Assembly amended the maps and voted to approve, Assemblyman Flores voting against them with the Assembly Republicans. The amended maps included consideration for 1,800 last known addresses for prisoners and tribal boundaries.  The approved AB1 and SB1 were signed […]

This week, the Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup completed its review of the federal process and has unanimously concluded that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe and effective for youth 5 to 11 years of age. The Workgroup provided its confirmation to the Governors of Nevada, California, Oregon, and Washington on Wednesday. On Friday, October 29, the […]

Nevada is finally seeing some positive statistics in terms of Covid-19. New Covid-19 cases have decreased by 21% since October 8th, similar to the 25% decrease in new cases nationally. Covid-19 deaths decreased 41% between October 10th and 24th, compared to a much smaller 13% decrease nationwide. At the same time, Nevada hospitals are still […]

Nevada COVID-19 Update– As of Monday, October 11, the Delta surge continues to recede across Nevada, with all key COVID-19 metrics declining. Rural hospitalizations remain near their peak, and Nevada is still averaging 5 times more cases than in June. Nevada’s statewide test positivity fell to 8%, the lowest since early July. Southern and Northern […]

Governor Sisolak announced this week that his team has been reviewing President Biden’s Path Out of The Pandemic. The State is working with federal and local partners to prepare to implement the plan. In some cases, the State is waiting on more federal guidance or for federal regulations to be put in place. Overall, the President’s […]

COVID-19 in Nevada As of Monday, September 6, new COVID-19 cases in Nevada are continuing to decline. Nationally, vaccinations dipped to 878 first doses per 100,000 last week, 4% lower than the week before. Nationwide, 3.6% of unvaccinated people got a first dose last week, slightly higher than the rate in Nevada. Currently, 63% of […]

This week, Governor Sisolak signed  Emergency Directive 050, which expands the mask exception for large indoor events to now include conventions within counties that have “substantial” or “high” COVID-19 transmission if all attendees are vaccinated.  This policy expansion gives an option for convention organizers to choose between requiring masks indoors for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status, or ensuring that all attendees are vaccinated, […]