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Creating a better and healthier future for our state has been our vision for 25 years. But people across our urban, rural, and frontier communities face barriers to accessing vaccines, health care, and other resources.

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Events

Aug
4
Las Vegas COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Southern Nevada Health District | Monday-Friday | 7:30am-4pm

280 S. Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107

Visit https://vax4nv.nv.gov/patient/s/ to book an appointment

Aug
4
Las Vegas COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Tuesday, August 3-Saturday, August 7 | 9:30am-3:30pm | 12+ COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | Open to DMV patrons only

The Southern Nevada Health District in partnership with the DMV is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for those 12+.  This clinic is open to patrons of the DMV only

DMV-Decatur | 7170 N. Decatur, Las Vegas, NV 89131

Aug
4
Las Vegas COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Tuesday, August 3-Saturday, August 7 | 9:30am-3:30pm | 12+ COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | Open to DMV patrons only

The Southern Nevada Health District in partnership with the DMV is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for those 12+.  This clinic is open to patrons of the DMV only

DMV-Flamingo | 8250 E. Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV 89147

Blog

Vax Nevada Days Scams – What You Need to Know
Senior man on phone
While real Nevadans are winning real cash, tuition and recreational prizes every week during Vax Nevada Days, scams are an unfortunate reality with any big contest. As the Vax Nevada Days team has been made aware of scamming and phishing attempts, we want to make all Nevadans who are vaccinated and eligible for prizes aware of our official outreach process for winners. Clues to identifying Vax Nevada Day scammers:
‘Month of Action’ Includes Free Rides, Childcare to Increase COVID-19 Vaccine Access
President Joe Biden recently announced a “month of action” as a part of his administration's effort to have 70 percent of Americans partially or fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by July 4.
Vax Fact of the Week
Do COVID-19 Vaccines Shed? COVID-19 vaccines can’t cause someone to spread coronavirus particles, including mRNA and spike proteins, to other people. It’s not biologically possible. Some people worry about “shedding” after COVID-19 vaccination because they’ve heard untrue claims that simply being around someone who’s been recently vaccinated could affect another person’s menstrual cycle or fertility, lead to them having a miscarriage, alter their DNA — or any number of ailments. But that’s not how our bodies (or COVID-19 vaccines) work.