The latest COVID-19 numbers for Nevada include 2,448 new cases with four deaths statewide, according to the Nevada Hospital Association.
The number of COVID-19 patients more than doubled over the preceding month, while the demand for mechanical ventilation equipment grew two-and-a-half times during the same time.
The association says that licensed hospital beds have been filling, with 87 percent of beds in Clark County occupied, and 82 percent statewide.
People with confirmed or suspected cases of coronavirus are almost half of the patients currently in intensive care units statewide.
While numbers have been increasing sharply over the last month, the NHA says hospitals currently have an adequate supply of personal protective equipment.