The New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute has reported one or more cases of COVID or exposure to COVID during 10 of the past 14 days, while West Las Vegas Middle School has reported five cases during the same time period.
The New Mexico Department of Health is “actively planning” for COVID-19 booster vaccinations, but is awaiting direction from the Centers for Disease Control before administering them, according to deputy secretary Laura Parajon.
For nearly 40 years, Elaine Luna has served San Miguel County as a social worker and community health advocate. Last week, county leaders showed their appreciation for her efforts, giving her the first annual Women of Influence Award.
Mayor Louie Trujillo on Friday signed an executive order limiting public access to all City of Las Vegas buildings to 50 percent of each building’s maximum capacity. The order does not apply to area school buildings.
Starting immediately, Highlands University is offering free testing for COVID-19 for the campus and community.
For the New Mexico Highlands University athletic department, it has been a whirlwind of emotions for the last couple of weeks. It started when the Cowboys had over 30 positive cases within the football program in mid-August. The high number of cases forced the team to shut down the last week…
A new statewide Youth Livestock Expo traditionally held exclusively at the New Mexico State Fair is moving to Roswell following an announcement from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham that all State Fair attendees would be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced at a press conference Tuesday afternoon that the state will be putting an indoor mask mandate back in place beginning Friday amid a surge in cases caused by the Delta variant of COVID-19.
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