A local charity that was sparked by the pandemic says they’re so busy with moms in need, they’re having a hard time keeping key items on their shelves. The founder of Hope Cove says that when the pandemic hit, she saw far too many moms struggling to keep up with just the basic necessities.
A New Year’s Eve event at a canopied casino-mall in Las Vegas expected to be attended by at least 14,000 people could be a superspreader event that overruns hospitals, members of Nevada’s coronavirus task force said Tuesday.
Nevada COVID-19 response director Caleb Cage said plans for the Fremont Street Experience’s annual event could hamper the state’s ability to contain the virus amid the ongoing surge in hospitalizations.
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