Data provided by the Southern Nevada Health District reveals that four of the ten patients who died of COVID-19 had diabetes and three had hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure.
It’s unknown if the people were taking medications to control their conditions.
One person who succumbed to the disease was immunosuppressed, according to the health district’s website. Another had chronic kidney disease and one had chronic pulmonary disease.
SNHD lists the underlying conditions of four of the dead as unknown.
The health district reports 18.06 percent of the 443 infected in Clark County have been hospitalized.