he Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) released new data Wednesday, detailing where Clark County residents may have been exposed to COVID-19.
The new report shows the kind of locations where people who tested positive may have been exposed to the virus, FOX5 reports. It details how many exposures were seen in the last 30 days until February 4, and overall since the beginning of the pandemic.
Public areas that typically hold lots of people, such as food establishments, medical facilities and hotels and casinos, top the list. Casinos are in the seventh position with 5,482 cumulative exposures, and 803 in the last 30 days. Hotels appear in the third place with 12,219 cumulative exposures, and 1,078 in the last 30 days. The first two places are for "Other (not specified)", and food establishments.
The report is now part of SNHD's daily COVID-19 dashboard.