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Posted on: September 22, 2022

[ARCHIVED] 1 new COVD-19 death reported, 6 new cases reported for the week ended September 19th

The State is reporting 6 new positive COVID cases in Pahrump for the seven days ending September 19, 2022. There have been 2,097 cases reported in Pahrump this year and 6,728 cases reported overall since the first case in March 2020. There have been 284 COVID-related deaths of town residents overall since the start of the pandemic, including 1 new death reported in the past week. 

The COVID-19 and other vaccines are now available by appointment only at the Community Health Nurse Office, 1981 E Calvada Blvd, at the County Health and Human Services building. Please call 775-751-7070 to set up a Monday through Thursday appointment. Pfizer and Moderna are available for all doses. Vaccines for six months and older are now available.

The Pahrump Community Health Nurse will host a series of Vaccination PODs in the upcoming weeks. 

These will be for COVID primary series for 6 months and up. Boosters are available for 12 and up with the newest Bivalent only. Boosters are available for age 5-11 as well. (Primary vaccine, not Bivalent) Flu vaccines for 6 months and up also available. 

The Clinics are:

  • Saturday, October 1st, 6 am to 5 pm at the RAM event at Pathways Building, 2000 S Mount Charleston Drive, West 
  • Sunday, October 2nd, 10 am to 1 pm, Community Health Nurse Office, 1981 E Calvada Blvd. 

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