The New Mexico Department of Health announces public drive-up screening for the COVID-19 coronavirus will be provided Thursday, April 9th at the Rio Arriba TA Annex, 149 State Road 162 in Tierra Amarilla, NM from 10 am to 3 pm or while testing supplies last.
“Tribes are among the hardest hit of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s critical that we support investments that will support Indian Country’s public health, economy, and infrastructure. This critical grant for Tribal Nations will help keep essential services running during this public health crisis,” said Luján.
“Unfortunately our current state of emergency creates a ripe environment for scams and people trying to take advantage of vulnerable New Mexicans,” said Attorney General Balderas.
Warm, dry, and breezy to windy conditions are forecast today across all of northern and central New Mexico. Courtesy/NWS.
“Increasing prices on necessities like medical supplies, hand sanitizer, masks, and other items because people are in fear of the coronavirus is simply unconscionable,” Balderas said.
Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU), New Mexico’s hometown financial cooperative announces the reopening of its White Rock and Los Alamos locations following a deep cleaning of both offices.