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Increasing concerns over a rising number of novel coronavirus cases across the state have prompted Taos to ask visitors to stay at home for the time being.  more
A great video breakdown from on how soap and water kills viruses -   and why the 20-second hand-washing rule is so important:  more
Due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Picuris Pueblo Governor Craig Quanchello took steps Friday (March 20) to protect Picuris Pueblo and the surrounding rural communities by announcing closures to help slow the spread of the virus. The following steps are in place, for the Pueblo of Picuris, until further notice: more
As New Mexico state, county and local officials struggle to impose restrictions designed to limit the exposure to coronavirus and the spread of the infectious disease, towns like Taos are struggling to ensure the most vulnerable are take care of.  more
Reporte del Taos News Traducido por Teresa Dovalpage Actualizado el 26 de marzo El Departamento de Salud de Nuevo México confirmó a 136 residentes de Nuevo México con COVID-19. El número de casos en el condado de Taos sigue siendo de tres. more
A woman in her 50s is the third person in Taos County to test positive with COVID-19, the deadly disease caused by a novel coronavirus.  Hers was among 13 new positive cases announced by New … more
The Carson National Forest announced Friday (March 20) that the agency has postponed all prescribed burns  until further notice in light of the additional respiratory challenges the public faces during the outbreak of COVID-19. more
Voting for the June 2 primary election is still on, pending a notice from the New Mexico Secretary of State.  Taos County Clerk Anna Martinez said her office is waiting for a direction for the state as far as any special notifications for the upcoming election due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  more
It has been another busy week here in New Mexico tracking COVID-19 cases and we are promoting social distancing everywhere. The Lujan Grisham administration is doing everything we can to protect New Mexicans in every possible way. more
If you haven't yet filed your tax return for taxable year 2019, you can now breathe a little easier. Both the United States and New Mexico governments have now extended the deadline for filing and paying to July 15. more
A few Taos restaurants have closed until further notice, but most are still open for takeout. Support local restaurants as much as you can in this difficult time. This list changes almost daily so call ahead to ensure a restaurant or eatery is still open. This list updated March 28.. more
A woman in her 70s is the second person in Taos County to test positive for the novel coronavirus COVID-19, according to Holy Cross Medical Center in a statement issued Thursday (March 19). more
Taos County, the town of Taos and Taos Ski Valley have all declared states of emergency due to concerns surrounding the spread of a novel coronavirus. more
Following the announcement that a man in his 50s had tested positive for COVID-19 at Holy Cross Medical Center on Tuesday (March 17), the Edelweiss Lodge and Spa in Taos Ski Valley posted a notice to its website warning visitors that a guest who was there from March 11-17 had tested positive for the virus. more
As people in communities throughout the world batten down the hatches against the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus, first responders and medical teams are still showing up for work each day at the front lines of the pandemic. more
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced new orders for all of New Mexico amidst the growing concern over COVID-19.  During a Wednesday (March 18) press conference, the governor ordered all restaurants, breweries and other food establishments to move to carry-out or delivery only.  more
The COVID-19 virus has forced the postponement of one of Northern New Mexico's most beloved traditions, the annual Holy Week pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó. more
You’ve got staff who need the work, food that will go bad, overhead that adds up whether you serve customers or not. But do you want to risk being implicated in the spread of Covid-19? It’s a tough call to make. more
On March 11, 2020, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham declared in Executive Order 2020-004 that a public health emergency exists in New Mexico. Taos Pueblo has also declared a public health emergency and is … more
The Taoseña Awards, Taos Expo and Women's Weekend events are being postponed due to coronavirus concerns and a directive from the state that prohibits gatherings of more than 100 people. more
Updated March 27 at 3:56 p.m: The New Mexico Department of Health has confirmed 55 new cases of New Mexico residents with COVID-19, for a total to date of 191. Five new cases have been reported in Taos County, making a total of eight for the county. more
The Taos County Board of Commissioners declared a state of emergency due to growing concerns of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19.  more
Holy Cross Medical Center in Taos County reported its first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 Tuesday morning (March 17), bringing the total count of suspected cases of the dangerous virus in New Mexico to 23. more
 Nusenda customers in Taos received emails Monday evening (March 16) from the credit union that alarmed some – a person  who was at the branch  between  March 2 and March 5 may  have tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19. Meanwhile, Holy Cross Medical Center confirmed it has one presumptive positive case.     Nusenda customers in Taos received emails Monday evening (March 16) from the credit union that alarmed some – a person  who was at the branch  … more
The Taos County Commission will meet for two meetings Tuesday (March 17) but will be limiting the number of people to 10 in the commission chambers.  The 10 people allowed in the chamber for … more
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