Nevada health officials on Wednesday are reporting 363 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, along with 41 new deaths related to the novel coronavirus. There have been 289,392 cases of COVID-19 and 4,774 deaths reported in Nevada through Tuesday, Feb. 16, per the state’s Department of Health and Human Services. Nevada’s test positivity rate, measured on a 14-day average with a seven-day lag, is 11.8%. That’s down from the 12.3% rate reported the previous day and the 34th consecutive day the rate has declined. In Clark County, there were 284 new cases of COVID-19 reported, along with 38 new deaths attributed to the disease, per the Southern Nevada Health District. Those new figures bring the county’s totals to 223,200 cases and 3,696 deaths. The Health District estimates 212,724 people have recovered from the virus, or about 95.3% of reported cases. For vaccinations, the state is reporting more than 464,000 doses have been administered through Feb. 16, according to DHHS data.