vaccines

Businesses Use Honor System To Enforce Mask Rule

It’s been a month since fully-vaccinated New Mexicans were allowed to stop wearing face masks in most public spaces and businesses got a choice as to whether to require them of all customers. Still, reaction to the newfound flexibility remains varied and somewhat confusing for both businesses and their customers.

PED releases updated school reentry guide

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The New Mexico Public Education Department has released the Reopening Roadmap 2.0, a new school reopening guide that provides updated research and best practices for school officials during the current stage of the pandemic. In a press release, the PED states that the roadmap was created to

More New Mexico schools commit to in-person school in fall

SANTA FE (AP) — Schools confirming their commitment to widespread in-person learning over the last several weeks include districts that were the most hesitant to reopen, including Albuquerque and Santa Fe. That signals that parents across the state can expect to send their kids through school doors in the fall.

Churches, community centers, businesses can now host vaccine clinics

State says there is plenty of vaccines to go around ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Restaurants, churches and community centers can now host their own private vaccination clinics. “Whether it is a business, a church, a community group, a nonprofit, whatever it is we will go there and we will vaccinate,” said David