Last Monday, the Southern Nevada Health District reported the state’s first reported case of COVID-19 caused by the Omicron variant in Clark County. The individual who tested positive is a fully vaccinated female in her mid-20s who did not receive a booster dose of the vaccine. The individual traveled out of the country during the incubation period. Upon return, she had symptoms consistent with COVID-19. She is not hospitalized and is isolating.
This weekend, the second case was reported in Churchill County in northern Nevada. The individual is a unvaccinated woman in her mid-40s.
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