The latest death was of a man in his 80s
CLARK COUNTY — The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County increased past 200 on Thursday, with 16 new cases and an additional death. The total number of confirmed cases is now at 206, with 14 fatalities.
The latest death was of a man in his 80s. Currently, 12 of the 14 deaths in Clark County have been men, while 121 of the 206 confirmed cases have been in women.
While all but one of the deaths have been in people over 60, the majority of confirmed cases have been with people between 30 and 60 years old, according to data from Clark County Public Health.
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As of Thursday, there were 20 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Clark County, with nine in intensive care units. That latter number is up from seven earlier in the week.
Testing data for Clark County has not been updated since April 3. At that time, 1,616 total tests had been conducted, making the county’s rate of positive tests 8.4 percent, on par with most of the rest of the state.
Statewide, there have been 9,342 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 431 deaths related to the outbreak. There were 660 new cases and 28 additional deaths reported on Wednesday.