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ABQ's Sunport Is Ready For New Mexicans To Fly

Jun 11, 2021
Courtesy Photo | Albuquerque Sunport

As New Mexico hits its 9-month low in COVID-19 virus cases, more people are deciding to take that long-awaited vacation– which means airports are bracing for a surge of fliers in the coming weeks. So, what's in store for New Mexicans as they head for the airport this summer?  KSFR reporter Mary Lou Cooper reports. 

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We all have heard about the most recent coronavirus guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control– fully-vaccinated people are finally allowed to go mask-less indoors. Well, in most cases that is. But, it’s controversial and even politicized, for many reasons. Some are confused by the CDC’s seemingly wishy-washy stance on how to properly handle the pandemic. Others are unsure who or what to believe now-a-days. 

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Health Practitioners and Community Activist Kathleen Dudley expresses the "other side"of the debate when it comes to wearing masks. In opposition to City Bill 2020-10 presented at tonight's city council meeting, which will legally mandate wearing masks citywide, she shares her concerns about what legally mandating masks may do not just to personal health but personal choice in health care options, harassment for those who can't wear them and personal rights and freedom. To weigh in on the issue, if you’d like to submit your own public comment.