AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — State officials say they will turn part of the El Paso Convention and Performing Arts Center into a hospital to help with the ongoing coronavirus surge in far West Texas. Gov. Greg Abbott announced Sunday that 50 hospital beds will be set up in the center.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — With the president back at the White House, some are wondering if doctors released him from Walter Reed Medical Center too soon. Three days after arriving at Walter Reed to be treated for COVID-19, President Trump walked out.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Worries about the pandemic and current events may be keeping people up at night, and even when you sleep, the stress isn’t taking a break, according to doctors. “We’re definitely seeing more than what I’m typically used to,” said Dr. Jesse Varoz, at Dental Care on San Antonio
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Some states around the U.S. are seeing a flu shot shortage. COVID-19 uncertainty combined with the annual concerns the flu season brings is driving more people to go out and get the vaccine, which is causing the high demand in those states, but a spokesperson with the New
SANTA FE, N.M. — Scientists around the world have been hard at work on a vaccine for the coronavirus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that day could come sooner than we think, with details about distribution for two COVID-19 vaccines.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A top state health official is warning that COVID-19 infections are far more prevalent in low-income areas of the New Mexico, potentially straining Medicaid health care.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A northern New Mexico man in his 50s is in the hospital after contracting hantavirus. The New Mexico Health Department says the Taos County man reported that he had cleaned a rodent-infested shed about three weeks before he began to feel sick.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A handful of businesses received citations for breaking the governor’s public health order in July. State Police said they issued 14 citations to businesses that violated public health orders. The number one offending type of business was restaurants, State Police say.
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety Executive Director Joni Arends and Independent Community Activist Cindy Weehler express their concerns over developments at WIPP that could lead to what they call “Forever WIPP”, meaning no deadline on when storage would end and the possibility of upcoming expansion of nuclear waste storage at
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — It will be up to the New Mexico Supreme Court to decide a case over the state’s authority to enforce certain provisions of public health orders amid the coronavirus pandemic. Arguments will be presented during an Aug. 4 remote hearing. About a dozen business owners and
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