Michael Gardner In The News

Profile: Michael Gardner

January 12, 2021
Starting Monday, Jan. 11, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will be the newest COVID-19 vaccination site in Las Vegas.
January 11, 2021
Starting Monday, Jan. 11, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will be the newest COVID-19 vaccination site in Las Vegas.
December 22, 2020
More than nine months after the official start of the pandemic, the entire world could be close to receiving what for many would be a miracle, and the most anticipated Christmas gift in 2020: the distribution of a safe, effective and accessible vaccine that shows the light at the end of the tunnel, in which for many it was a very difficult year. Adriana Arévalo from the Voice of America tells us that, apparently, that longed-for moment is yet to come.
December 14, 2020
With the first COVID-19 vaccine expected to arrive in Nevada on Monday, state public health officials are making final preparations to distribute the doses across the state and begin administering them to healthcare workers.
December 13, 2020
With the first COVID-19 vaccine expected to arrive in Nevada on Monday, state public health officials are making final preparations to distribute doses across the state and begin giving them to health care workers.
November 30, 2020
While the whole world awaits the approval of several vaccines that promise to fight COVID-19, in the United States local health authorities are preparing to receive that long-awaited vaccine as soon as possible. Adriana Arévalo tells us about it from Las Vegas, where the special refrigerator needed to store some of these vaccines was already purchased.
November 20, 2020
The reality of a viable COVID-19 vaccine is on the horizon and authorities are preparing for an unprecedented global vaccination effort.
November 20, 2020
The UNLV School of Medicine is prepared to store COVID-19 vaccines following distribution.