The Booster Bulletin: Black Lives Matter

Amidst a pandemic that is disproportionately affecting Black lives and as nationwide uprisings continue - cities, counties, and states across the U.S. are voting to declare racism a public health crisis.

Work Safe, Live Safe

For a lot of us, we're at more risk for COVID-19 due to our jobs. You can still keep your loved ones safe when you can't stay home.

Ask the Mask

The spread of COVID-19 can be reduced when cloth face coverings are used along with other preventive measures, including social distancing, frequent handwashing, and cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces.

Immunize Nevada’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Brief

We introduce our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Brief. This blog will be updated regularly with local and statewide information about the virus, health resources, and additional information that will best inform Nevadans on how to ensure their health. 

Paddles and Palettes: A Public Art Project

As part of Artown, Immunize Nevada is hosting Paddles and Palettes: A Public Art Project, on exhibit July 1- July 31, 2020 at the Sparks Museum & Cultural Center located at 814 Victorian Ave.

The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News

“We owe it to each other to accept the fact that wearing face coverings saves lives. We owe it to the many care professionals, retail clerks, restaurant workers, grocery store employees to accept that fact." - Governor Sisolak

Can I Get Help Paying for Shots?

Vaccines keep us healthy and protect us from catching devastating diseases. But what about the children who have parents who can’t afford vaccines?

The good news: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires most insurance companies to cover the cost of all recommended vaccines (including seasonal flu) without charging a deductible, copayment or coinsurance. Most are free as long as they are administered by an “in-network” provider.

The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News

The CDC recently released guidance as communities and businesses are opening. While there is no way to ensure zero risk of infection, it is important to understand potential risks and how to adopt different types of prevention measures to protect yourself and to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 pandemic highlights need for science literacy | Sinclair, Parker and Dunkelberger

We are battling a deadly pandemic – and we will ultimately win this fight because of those working overtime in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) based careers. Innovation through STEM is informing our responses to COVID-19.

The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News

Parents have a lot on their minds right now. The AAP and other health experts want them to know doctor’s offices and clinics are open for business, and ready to schedule visits to make sure their children are fully immunized. These visits are so important for other reasons, too, including making sure children’s development is on track and checking on other health concerns while families have been social distancing.