Covid corona virus recap
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The daily recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free daily email. Register here.
- On Friday, the state Department of Health announced 133 additional cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths. See details here, including updating the total number of tests and why they were derived. The country will pass 7,500 cases on Saturday and possibly 350 deaths over the weekend.
- Nursing homes are hotspots for COVID-19; but nursing homes have been battling the requirements of federal emergency plans for years, Pro Publica, New Mexico In Depth and News & Observers reported.
- Navajo Nation health officials announced 101 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths. The Navajo Nation said that they also reconciled their data with the state and now the number of deaths in the Navajo State is 231. The total number of cases is 5,145 and 1,796 residents have recovered.
- Businesses must adopt COVID safe practices, which will not be easy, KRQE-TV reports.
- The state is forming a task force to make plans to reopen the Albuquerque school safely this fall, that Santa Fe New Mexico reported.
- The City of Las Cruces issued stricter regulations on local business than would apply in the state public health order which came into effect June 1, that Las Cruces Sun-News reported. This includes eating indoors with a 25 percent capacity.
- A former restaurant owner said that former Governor Bill Richardson urged Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to talk with the restaurant owner, that Albuquerque Journal reported.
- Holy Cross Medical Center reports 13 new cases of COVID-19, that Santa Fe New Mexico reported.
- A family member of Clovis police officer tested positive for COVID-19, East New Mexico News reported.
- A Dial-a-Ride employee at Las Cruces tested positive for COVID-19, that Las Cruces Sun-News reported. This service offers a lift for elderly and disabled people, but it is not clear what role employees have with this program.
- DOH data show that more than 150 health workers tested positive for COVID-19 through April 21. that Albuquerque Journal reported.
- Indian Health Services get more funding to tackle COVID-19, that Farmington Daily Times reported.
- The two largest four-year universities in New Mexico are looking to survey those over the age of 18 about food insecurity during a pandemic, that Santa Fe New Mexico reported.
- People in New Mexico flock to the terrace for dinner, KRQE-TV reports.
- The Gallup business hopes to reopen on Monday, KOB-TV reports.
- Small studio owners feel frustrated because the new relaxed rules won’t allow the studio to have a fitness class, KOB-TV reports.
- The emergency declaration of COVID-19 Otero District remained in force in Otero District despite efforts to cancel it by the controversial regional commission Couy Griffin. Griffin said he was not aware that the county needed to declare a public emergency to get federal assistance, that Alamogordo Daily News reported.
- That Reporter Santa Fe speak to Massage therapists are nervous about reopening.
- Taos City faces a $ 2 million budget deficit, that Taos News reported.
- Concerts in Carlsbad can oppose COVID-19 orders from the governor, that Carlsbad Current-Argus reported.
- Some businesses think the qualifications for a Paycheck Protection Program loan to be forgiven are too tight, that Albuquerque Journal reported.
- Elective surgical procedures begin again at Lincoln County Medical Center, that Ruidoso News reported.
- A factory in Belen has shifted to make thousands of face shields, KOB-TV reports.
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