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Keyword: COVID-19
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Viewers of an online town hall Tuesday got a preview of the new VaxTrax platform that the New Mexico State University system will use to track documentation of COVID-19 vaccination and testing for employees and students. more
All New Mexico State University system employees will be required to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September or begin to undergo weekly testing, the university announced Tuesday in a letter sent to NMSU campuses and offices across the state. more
State announces $100 incentive for COVID-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots New Mexicans encouraged to sign up for vaccination through June 17 more
The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning May 5, with 30 New Mexico counties at the Turquoise Level, at which there are the fewest restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activities amid decreased virus risk. more
Update: 10:45 a.m. MDT Thursday, April 29, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 34, NM 248; El Paso County 174, Texas 2,871 more
Memorial Medical Center (MMC) delivered its first dose of COVID-19 vaccine last Dec. 16, and surpassed the 20,000-delivery mark Thursday morning, April 8. more
The Las Cruces City Council has unanimously approved a resolution calling on Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Health to provide equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. more
A team of specialists and agents with the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service will present a seven-week webinar series, “Coping with COVID Burnout,” offering strategies for managing chronic stress related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. more
“New Mexico is pulling into the lead in our battle against coronavirus,” New Mexico Human Services Department Sec. Dr. David Scrase said at a COVID-19 and vaccine webinar he held Feb. 3 with New Mexico Department of Health Sec.-designate Dr. Tracie Collins. more
The Las Cruces City Council has created a COVID-19 vaccination task force “to coordinate a community response to the COVID-19 vaccination rollout.” more
The New Mexico State University system will play a key role in helping the New Mexico Department of Health distribute doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to the general public at its campuses throughout the state. more
During the early stages of the pandemic, women, racial minorities and older adults were more likely to wear face masks as a protective measure to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to a new study co-authored by a New Mexico State University researcher. more
In an effort designed to provide local communities the flexibility to operate more day-to-day activities, the state of New Mexico will transition to a tiered county-by-county COVID-19 risk system on Dec. 2, enabling local communities to shed burdensome restrictions as soon as public health data show the virus is retreating within their borders. more
Las Cruces Public Schools unveiled a new comprehensive dashboard on its website that reports positive COVID-19 cases within the district and illustrates how LCPS tracks staff wellness. more
The City of Las Cruces is responding with great concern to the growing number of positive COVID-19 cases in the past few weeks in Dona Ana County. City Council is asking residents to remain vigilant and protect themselves by continuing to wear a mask. more
The Las Cruces City Council will conduct a Special Meeting via video conference at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30, 2020. City Council will consider approval of an extension to the term of Mayor Ken Miyagishima’s Emergency Proclamation 2020-06, which he issued at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26, 2020. more
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima signed an emergency proclamation extending the previous Emergency Proclamation. This Emergency Proclamation dated October 26, 2020 at 4 p.m. become effective at 6 a.m. Tuesday, October 27, 2020. more
On Monday, November 2, the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority will begin accepting applications for assistance from New Mexicans who are behind on their housing payments due to the COVID-19 health crisis. more
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