Health officials are reporting 1,042 new COVID-19 cases in Clark County, along with 20 new deaths linked to the novel coronavirus.
There have been 38,534 cases of COVID-19, including 625 deaths, reported in Clark County through Monday, July 27, per the Southern Nevada Health District.
Those figures are up from the 37,492 cases and 605 deaths reported through the previous day, July 26.
The Health District estimates 29,637 people have recovered from the virus through Monday, or about 76.9% of reported cases.
Factoring in the deaths reported, that would leave 8,272 people with active infections, or about 21.5% of reported cases.
Clark County has a cumulative test positivity rate of 11.4%, according to data provided by the state’s health department.
Statewide, there have been 44,946 cases of COVID-19 and 759 deaths reported through Monday, per the Department of Health and Human Services.
State health officials say cases are growing at a rate of 2.6% over the seven-day period ending July 7, or about 1,058 new cases per day.
Nevada’s cumulative test positivity rate is 10.0% after increasing for the 20th consecutive day.