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Nevada Orders 500K At-Home COVID Tests

January 20, 2022

Nevada has ordered more than half a million at-home COVID-19 tests to help address the demand for testing amid a surge of coronavirus cases, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Thursday. Read More

Too Early To Tell If COVID Surge Has Peaked In Las Vegas Area

January 20, 2022

Dr. Cassius Lockett, director of disease surveillance and control with the Southern Nevada Health District, said today that some measures, like the daily number of new COVID-19 cases and test positivity rates, have started to “marginally decline” over the last couple of days. Read More

Universal Health Care Bill Advances in California Assembly

January 18, 2022

California Democrats on Tuesday took their first step toward abolishing the private health insurance market in the nation’s most populous state and replacing it with a government-run plan that they promised would never deny anyone the care they need. Read More

California Sues ‘Sharing Ministry’ Health Insurance Plan

January 18, 2022

California on Wednesday sued what the state's attorney general called a sham health insurance company operating as a “health care sharing ministry” — one the state claims illegally denied members benefits while retaining as much as 84% of their payments. Read More

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