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Carson city, Nevada. (AP) — Nevada on Saturday reported a record daily increase of confirmed COVID-19 cases. But later, health officials said bulge mainly as a result of errors in data entry of laboratory tests, which delay the publication of hundreds of cases from the previous two days.

The state Department of health and human services reported confirmed cases, 1,099, mostly from metro Las Vegas.


The number of additional cases reported on Saturday were more than double the previous record of 507 reported on Thursday. Bur health Agency of Nevada told the daily increase amounted to more than 600 cases that were registered earlier this week but was not.

Additional 1,099 cases reported on Saturday raised a total of 16,339 state With 500 people, including the two recently announced on Saturday.



Clark County accounted for 88% of the confirmed cases announced on Saturday. The County accounts for 81 percent of the state in the General case the General.

In some cases, it is much higher, because many people are not tested, and studies show, people can be infected without feeling sick.


For most people, the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and coughing, which will clear up within two to three weeks. For some, particularly the elderly and people with existing health problems, it can cause more serious diseases, including pneumonia and death.



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