Winter is coming - COVID can kill; New restrictions

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  • The three graphs shown above come from the New Mexico Governor’s Office, they detail the spread of COVID-19 in New Mexico from the beginning of March, as well as the rise in COVID-19 amongst all age groups in the state. Additionally, the graphs explain the amount of Rapid Responses that the state has done with businesses to ensure that all cases of the virus have been caught to try and stop transmission of the disease. CC – New Mexico Governor’s Office
    The three graphs shown above come from the New Mexico Governor’s Office, they detail the spread of COVID-19 in New Mexico from the beginning of March, as well as the rise in COVID-19 amongst all age groups in the state. Additionally, the graphs explain the amount of Rapid Responses that the state has done with businesses to ensure that all cases of the virus have been caught to try and stop transmission of the disease. CC – New Mexico Governor’s Office
NEW MEXICO – New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham held a press conference on Oct. 20 to provide a pandemic update. New Mexico Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. David Scrase said that every single age group broke a record this past week in the number of COVID-19 cases. The 35-64 age group is having a “very rapid uptick.” He explained that older people are more likely to be…

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