Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 information (12/09/20 version)


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  • A key state official mentioned hospitals will probably have to start out rationing care the tip of the month due to the variety of these hospitalized. Learn extra right here from NM Political Report.
  • The state filed its argument within the state supreme courtroom that it could not must reimburse companies for the affect of closures from the general public well being order associated to COVID-19. Learn extra right here.
  • The state projected a rebound in income after the present COVID-19-induced issues, the Albuquerque Journal reported.
  • The state was unable to report the COVID-19 numbers on Tuesday due to an web outage. Learn extra right here.
  • KRQE-TV had extra on when to anticipate the vaccine rollout in New Mexico.
  • KRQE-TV reported on a respiratory therapist, who’s treating COVID-19 sufferers whereas mourning her father who died from the virus.
  • Officers on the Doña Ana County Detention Heart mentioned 347 of the 4,917 who have been booked since March 11 examined constructive for COVID-19, the Las Cruces Solar-Information reported. The share of present COVID-19-positive present detainees, nonetheless, is 13 p.c.
  • Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller mentioned he doesn’t anticipate Bernalillo County to maneuver from purple to yellow restrictions for a number of months, KRQE-TV reported.
  • One taos County worker has COVID-19, and 14 have recovered, the Taos Information reported.
  • The state’s congressional delegation needs solutions on the unfold of COVID-19 at Fort Bliss, an Military base in El Paso, the Related Press reported.
  • A nonprofit that helps gather blood from donors is encouraging those that have recovered from COVID-19 to donate blood, KOB-TV reported.
  • Sipapu Ski and Summer time Resort will begin its ski season on Thursday, the Los Alamos Every day Put up reported.





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