New tests (Notes)Total PCR tests (test encounters)
- Oct 15: On October 15, 2020, Nevada stopped reporting Total PCR tests (specimens) and began reporting Total PCR tests (test encounters). The time series for the specimens metric is available in the historical data, and our data downloads.
We calculate daily changes based on the data states report each day. Some states report new cases, tests, and deaths using other methods. Please consult official state data sources for more information. We chart “New tests” using different units across jurisdictions, because not all states and territories report tests in the same units. Learn more about total test units and see what we chart for each jurisdiction in our total tests documentation.
We do not have a complete dataset for every metric in every state. If we have data for less than 30% of the past 90 days for a given metric, you’ll see a warning instead of a chart for that metric.
All the data for these charts is available for download. You can also review tabular national data on our US historical data page and data for each state and territory on the individual state or territory’s overview page.
Viral (PCR) testsNevada viral (PCR) testing Historical data
Antigen testsNevada antigen testing Historical data
Warning: Antigen reporting may significantly understate the true number of tests administered
Antibody testsNevada antibody testing Historical data
HospitalizationNevada hospitalization Historical data
Hospitalization (HHS data)
OutcomesNevada outcomes Historical data
Race & ethnicity data
We compute the number of cases and deaths per 100k people for each race and ethnicity.
These numbers show the scale of outcomes compared to the size of each group’s population. These are not the number of cases or deaths, rather the proportion of each demographic group who have been affected.
Race & ethnicity: cases per capita
(All data is calculated)
Race & ethnicity: deaths per capita
(All data is calculated)
Our latest tweets about Nevada
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But some small states have severe problems, too. Alabama, Arizona, and Nevada have very high hospitalization rates per capita.
January 8, 2021
At publish time, we had no updates from 7 of the 56 states and territories we track: AR, CT, KS, MI, MP, RI, and WA. Seven additional states did not report current hospitalizations today: HI, MN, MS, NV, OK, OR, and WI.
January 3, 2021
NV and AZ currently have the highest hospitalizations per million people in the country.
December 19, 2020
AZ and NV have the highest hospitalizations per million people in the country. Current hospitalizations in AZ have surpassed the state's peak in the summer.
December 15, 2020
Almost every state reports more than 100 people hospitalized per million, while Nevada reports 592, which translates into 1 out of 1700 people in the state.
December 14, 2020