CARSON CITY, Nev. (KLAS)– 8 Nevada counties need to send assessment and action plans after being flagged for a raised illness transmission risk. The Nevada Health Action Group identified Clark County, as well as:
They will not need to take action if a county fulfills absolutely no or only one of the requirements. The Health Response Team says they ought to continue to be proactive in mitigation.
Counties will then submit an action and create plan, which the Nevada Health Response Team will examine and identify approval.
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The team says each county was alerted and will begin taking the next steps. County leaders and state authorities will collaborate on examining data via an assessment plan.
These locations met two or more of the criteria established in the brand-new Road to Recovery: Moving to a New Normal plan.
Another evaluation of the counties will be performed on Aug. 13. If they meet 2 or more of the requirements once again, they will execute authorized intend on Aug. 14 to fight the virus spread.