COVID-19 Information Resources

Our inbox has been flooded with informational updates regarding COVID-19!  Here is a list of informational sources for you, as a service to our community we will continue to update this list as we receive additional information.  We encourage you to check back often and to share with your friends and family.

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Thursday declared a state of emergency for Nevada to deal with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Nevada, following similar moves by governors in states across the country.  Watch the press conference here: https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/nevada/sisolak-declares-state-of-emergency-1978702/

Southern Nevada Health District Hotline

For specific questions and answers about COVID-19, call the info line at (702) 759-INFO (4636)
Monday–Friday 7 a.m.–7 p.m

From the Las Vegas Review Journal.

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Informational Links

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Vegas Chamber has set up a resource page on their website to provide you with more information, including their Pandemic Disease Preparedness Kit for Businesses to give you more advice on how to manage through this temporary situation to help protect your employees and your operations. You can access the resource page here: https://www.vegaschamber.com/coronavirus-what-vegas-chamber-members-need-to-know/

SHARE Las Vegas has extended its Pantry access to laid off gaming and hospitality workers affected by COVID-19.  https://sharelasvegas.org.

Individuals in need of food assistance, water and other supplies as available can seek assistance on distribution days at SHARE/Veterans Village Las Vegas located in Downtown Las Vegas

Pantry Days are as follows:

SHARE/Veterans Village #2, 50 N. 21st St. LV, NV 89101

7 days a week

Breakfast 7:30am-9am (Doughnuts, Bagels and sandwiches)

Fresh Foods 10am-noon (meats, fruits, veggies and non perishables)

 

We are here to help, said SHARE/Veterans Village founder, Arnold Stalk.  We are in the business of solutions and serving the immediate needs of families in crisis situations, that is why our crisis intervention services are available 24/7/365. Those affected by the recent layoffs are encouraged to utilize the services available.  We are prepared to expand our services due in part to the generosity of our community partners and suppliers.

 

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