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Coronavirus Updates for Northern New Mexico

Latest Updates from New Mexico http://newmexico.gov

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NM Department of Health's Coronavirus Microsite http://cv.nmhealth.org

NM Coronavirus Health Hotline: 1-855-600-3453
Please use the number above if you have HEALTH related questions about the Coronavirus.

NM Coronavirus Information Hotline: 1-833-551-0518
Please use the number above if you have questions about school closures, job issues etc.

NM Senior & Disabled Adults Food Access Hotline: 1-800-432-2080

 

CNN.com

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.

 

Today’s Count and Latest Update

May 27, 2020
NMDOH

Update includes five additional deaths related to COVID-19

SANTA FE – New Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 107 additional positive tests for COVID-19. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are:

Eddie Moore, Albuquerque Journal

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham along with Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel and Human Services Secretary Dr. David Scrase held a video news conference Wednesday (May 20, 2020) to update New Mexicans on the Coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s the audio:

amazon.com

Author Karen Haddigan discusses her new book, Secrets of Dating After Fifty: The Insider's Guide to Finding Love Again with Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza and what love looks like in the age of Covid-19. She provides helps tips and guidance for those looking for love online and especially for those interested in dating after fifty. Tune in tomorrow for Part Two.

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Outdoor Recreation Division of NM Economic Development

Director of The Outdoor Recreation Division of the Economic Development Department, Axie Navas talks to Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza about the future of recreation in New Mexico and what it means for the economic development as we enter challenging times through the pandemic.

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Today’s Count and Latest Update

May 18, 2020
NMDOH

  PLEASE NOTE: Due to a recurring technical delay, reporting results from some private labs to the state Department of Health are delayed Sunday, May 17. As a result, the following data reflects only a partial total. The delayed results will be included in the state’s reporting Monday, May 18, or as soon as they are received and lab-confirmed.​ We are continuing to actively investigate cases that are reported to the state throughout the day.

Update includes six additional deaths related to COVID-19

NMPoliticalReport.com

KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge discusses the past week in New Mexico politics with reporter Andy Lyman with NMPoliticalReport.com.

santafeplayhouse.org

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Santa Fe Playhouse has been dreaming-up new projects and devising new ways of staying connected.

Cleverly titled “shelter in plays,” the concept is to bring together playwrights with actors, bringing new theater and poetry directly to you in your homes.

KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge discusses with Santa Fe Playhouse Managing Director David Carter  a performance that opens tonight (051520): The provocatively-titled, “Bad Jews.”

Today's Count and Latest Update

May 15, 2020
NMDOH

  Update includes eleven additional deaths related to COVID-19

SANTA FE – New Mexico state health officials on Thursday announced 143 additional positive tests for COVID-19. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are:

Santa Fe Bite

Local restaurants reopen, tune it to hear a list and citizens are being encouraged to head to your favorite place to help keep our local restauranteurs in business. Also tune in to hear about a therapist teaching breathing techniques during this challenging time to help people stay calm.

Important notes to keep in mind: Remember-NO DINING ON SITE and still restaurants are still only doing TAKE OUT and CURBSIDE.  And don't forget to wear your masks even when picking up as they're still required for everyone in public spaces.

littleglobe.org

Executive Director Chris Jonas from Little Globe joins MK Mendoza to talk about their new broadcast brought to you by Little Globe TV which features community videos highlighting all forms of art, music, dance, poetry, comedy, documentary, every and all forms of presentation. They are seeking submissions for future productions from the community. 

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Native Women Lead

Their website reads "The Future Belongs to Native Women", if this is the case, the world will be in good shape. Vanessa Roanhorse co-founder of Native Women Lead and Roanhorse Consulting speaks with KSFR's MK Mendoza about the resources the organization, Native Women Lead is offering to Native women and their families for their families and communities.

Eddie Moore, Albuquerque Journal

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and state health officials on Wednesday announced New Mexico’s emergency public health order, set to expire May 15, will be extended through May 31… and it will be modified to allow most retailers to operate at 25 percent of their maximum occupancy as determined by the fire code. Large retailers can attend to 20-percent of maximum capacity set under fire safety regulations.

HuffPost

Community Organizers and Youth Advocates from SWOP (Southwest Organizing Project), Pegasus Legal Services for Children, Youth First and Millions for Prisoners New Mexico join in a collective community conversation to bring attention to the often long-ignored problem of youth incarceration - many argue is a gateway and avenue for exploitation, modern day slavery,  systemic and historical trauma imposed on our most vulnerable for profit. They highlight their increased vulnerability in all areas especially during COVID-19.

Latest Count and Update

May 11, 2020
NMDOH

  PLEASE NOTE: Due to a recurring technical delay that affects Sunday reporting totals, reporting results from some labs to the state Department of Health are delayed Sunday, May 10. As a result, the following data reflects only a partial total. The delayed results will be included in the state’s reporting Monday, May 11, or as soon as they are received and lab-confirmed.​ We are continuing to actively investigate cases that are reported to the state throughout the day.

Update includes nine additional deaths related to COVID-19

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