NEW: State sets new single-day record for COVID-19 cases, hospitalization numbers rise – KLAS – 8 News Now

The state has reported its 5 biggest single-day increases for COVID-19 case in the previous two weeks.

LAS VEGAS (KLAS)– The state has 1,004 brand-new cases of COVID-19, setting a new single-day record. According to information launched by the state and county, 827 of those cases are in Clark County. The state is also reporting the variety of clients in ICU units has reached a record 248, the greatest given that the start of the pandemic. (NOTE: DHHS reported a greater variety of single-day cases on June 26 but later on modified that data due to a hold-up in reporting.).

Leading 5.
Variety of COVID-19 cases.
Date reported.

There are now 25,908 verified cases and 579 deaths in Nevada.

* KEEP IN MIND: Daily lab information on the DHHS Control panel and SNHD reports is updated every early morning for the previous day.

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1,004.
July 9.

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985.
July 2.

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887.
June 24.

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876.
July 6.

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857.
July 3.

Nevada Health Response authorities kept in mind Tuesday, June 9, that Nevadas COVID-19 data is showing an above-average day-to-day boost in COVID-19 cases throughout the state. They are reminding Nevadans of precautionary measures that can be required to reduce the spread of the virus such as staying at house when possible, wearing a face-covering in public, preserving 6 feet of social distancing and staying up to date with proper hand hygiene.

Nevada reported 8,096 tests performed on Thursday. The busiest screening days happened this previous week with a single-day record number (12,776) of tests done on Tuesday.

A total of 2,219 hospitalizations have actually been reported in Clark County given that the pandemic started. Hospitalizations increased by 37 in the past 24 hours.

* NOTE: Daily laboratory data on the DHHS Dashboard and SNHD reports is updated every morning for the previous day.

According to the state, the number of people on ventilators is creeping back up and currently stands at 111 after reaching a peak in April of 193.

Nearly half (47.8%) of the positive cases reported in Clark County remain in the age group of 25 to 49.

Click HERE to see the SNHD control panel, page 7.

The Southern Nevada Health District says its concerned that individuals have ended up being contented.

The states health professionals say as more testing sites open and more COVID-19 tests are performed, the state will see a rise in cases.

The health district has revised the method it reports deaths, recuperated cases and hospitalizations. In its newest report, SNHD states that 20.3 individuals have actually passed away for every 100,000 individuals in Clark County.

The state transitioned into Phase 2 of resuming on Friday, May 29, after a directive in mid-March that forced all non-essential organisations to near avoid the spread of the coronavirus.

Click HERE to see the SNHD control panel, page 8.

According to the SNHD dashboard that updates daily, there have actually been 4,268 favorable cases reported over the past 7 days.

The Nevada DHHS says it is essential to note that there is frequently a hold-up in death reporting. Cumulative everyday death counts are displayed by the date of death, rather than the date the death was reported to the state. The overall count for statewide deaths on the first tab may not equal the amount of the cumulative day-to-day death counts because of cases where specific date of death is unidentified or pending report.

The number of individuals who have recovered from the virus in Clark County continues to increase. There is an overall of 14,106 recovered cases; thats 65.8% of all reported cases in the county, according to SNHDs latest report.

The health district is now offering an everyday map with the number of positive tests in each ZIP code in Clark County.

Nevadas cumulative test positivity rate has been in an upward pattern for 22 of the previous 23 days. It was down for one day on July 7 however back up on Wednesday. The positivity rate since Thursday is at 7.7%.

You can find this information on Nevadas DHHS coronavirus control panel, page 4.

Hospitlizations reached a record high on Wednesday with 935 people. Thursdays number is at 924 hospitalizations and Tuesdays was 876. These are the greatest hospitalizations numbers since April 8 when they reached a peak of 711.

Since Friday, a total of 416,707 tests have been conducted in Nevada, thats up 8,096 from the previous day.

The regulation is the second time Nevada has actually tightened up limitations because the state started resuming in early June, allowing businesses consisting of bars, hotels, casinos and dining establishments to accept consumers.

The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting 473 COVID-19-related deaths, 21,449 cases and 37 brand-new hospitalizations.

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is reporting eight brand-new COVID-19-related deaths across the state, 5 are in Clark County.

As the portion of favorable cases and hospitalizations increase, Governor Steve Sisolak revealed a regulation Thursday night targeted at bars and dining establishments in certain counties to avoid further spread. He is mandating going back to Phase 1 constraints at 11:59 p.m. Friday.

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Cumulative day-to-day death counts are displayed by the date of death, rather than the date the death was reported to the state. The overall count for statewide deaths on the very first tab may not equal the amount of the cumulative day-to-day death counts because of cases where precise date of death is unidentified or pending report.

According to information launched by the state and county, 827 of those cases are in Clark County. The state is also reporting the number of clients in ICU systems has reached a record 248, the highest given that the start of the pandemic. (NOTE: DHHS reported a greater number of single-day cases on June 26 however later on revised that information due to a hold-up in reporting.).