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Insurers in New Mexico can't charge patients for testing and health care related to the coronavirus COVID-19, announced  state superintendent of insurance Russell Toal on  Friday (March … more
Due to the concerns of the COVID–19, all Taos County senior centers will be closed until April 30.  Centers will close as of Friday (March 13) but staff is working to ensure meals still … more
New Mexico officials ordered all public and charter schools in the state to close temporarily beginning Monday (March 16) as a sixth case of the coronavirus COVID-19 was confirmed. more
Even local stores are beginning to feel the effects of the Governor’s recent declaration. The top four most popular items in Taos right now? Hand sanitizers, hand wipes, masks and toilet paper, judging by the empty spots on store shelves where those products usually live. more
If any of the following are true, call your health provider or the New Mexico Department of Health at (855) 600-3453: more
A woman in her 40s from Bernalillo County tested "presumptive positive" for COVID-19, the fifth case in New Mexico waiting for confirmation from federal health officials, according to the New Mexico Department of Health on Thursday (March 12). As of Thursday afternoon there still were no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Taos County, according to Holy Cross Medical Center officials. more
Updated: March 20, 10:40 a.m. As of Monday morning (March 16) there still were no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Taos County, according to Holy Cross Medical Center officials. Here is a list of known closures and postponements due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. This list will be continuously updated as new information becomes available. more
Don't panic, but take precautions to prevent infection with and the spread of coronavirus.  more
The  NMAA announced late Wednesday night (March 11) that the remainder of the State Basketball Championships will be played "without fans" in attendance.  more
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a public health emergency for the state of New Mexico at a press conference Wednesday morning (March 11) after the first three cases of coronavirus were confirmed in the state. A fourth case was announced just a few hours later and a fifth case on Thursday (March 12). more
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