Coping and Managing Mental Health – Anxiety, fear, stress and loneliness are among the many emotions that people are experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects. Mental health providers and experts from all levels of government have worked to offer help for people who are directly and indirectly affected by illness, business shutdowns, financial problems, and more.
Health Care Facilities and Laboratories – Hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and other facilities are on the COVID front lines, confronting outbreaks and treating Nevadans who have contracted the virus. Guidance and directions from health experts and regulators are changing constantly as the situation evolves, and this page will provide these updates on issues related to treatment, testing, infection control and other issues.
Health Care Providers and First Responders – Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, EMTs, counselors and other professionals are looking out for the physical and mental health of their fellow Nevadans. To keep their patients and themselves safe, this page contains up-to-date guidance and resources regarding treatment, testing, infection control and other issues.
Community Care Facilities and Providers – Licensed facilities that help Nevadans care for young children and for elderly adults have special considerations when responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. These considerations range from emergency planning to infection control, visitor screening, and other operations issues.
Local Public Health Care Authorities & Tribes – Nevada’s public health authorities have the responsibility to craft policies, issue guidance, implement procedures and take other actions to protect the health of residents and visitors in each area of the state. The following documents and links provide identification, monitoring, and containment guidance to local public health authorities and tribal governments.