State launches proactive testing and contact tracing program for essential businesses


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The state has launched a new proactive testing and contact tracing program to help keep more stores open.  The voluntary program is only being offered to essential businesses and allows businesses to avoid closing down after they’ve had positive COVID cases.  Businesses must agree to test 100 percent of their employees to avoid the mandatory two-week closure.

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