Clark County reported 124 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths since Friday in the latest data from Clark County Public Health.
The new cases, which work out to just over 41 new cases per day over the three-day period, and the removal of 12 previously recorded cases of people who lived in other counties bring the county’s total number of COVID-19 cases to 4,230 as of Monday, according to Public Health..
That average is lower than the county experienced last week, when the county reported a weekend total of 157 cases and an average caseload for the entire week of about 46 new cases a day. In previous two weeks, the average daily number of new cases was about 36.
No deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Clark County since Wednesday. The total number of deaths stands at 65 to date, according to Public Health data.
Of those deaths, 40 have been men and 25 have been women, according to Public Health.
The most deaths from COVID-19 have been among people age 80 or older, with 35 deaths, followed by people in their 70s, with 14 deaths; people in their 60s, 11 deaths; people in their 50s, two deaths; people in their 30s, two deaths; and people in their 40s, one death.
No deaths have been reported for someone under the age of 30, according to Public Health data.
There are 19 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Clark County and nine hospitalized awaiting test results.
The number of active cases, which tracks positive cases still in their isolation period, was 150 on Monday.