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TODAY FROM 10-2PM > Doors are open today at the Sagebrush Convention Center for walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations. Whether you have registered or not, medical personnel will provide Johnson & Johnson vaccines until their supply is exhausted.
State officials are hoping that a financial incentive will help New Mexico reach the 60 percent vaccination goal. The New Mexico Department of Health announced Sunday (June 13) they will be offering $100 to those who receive either their booster shot (from Pfizer or Moderna) or the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine between the dates of Monday, June 14 and Thursday June 17
State health officials are urging New Mexicans who have not yet been vaccinated to do so, in hopes of the state reaching its 60 percent vaccination goal by July 1. If the goal is met, the state will reopen fully, without any limitations, according to a press release from the New Mexico Department of Health.
The CDC's independent Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has officially recommended the use of Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 Vaccine for people 12 and older and CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky accepted those recommendations.
Scheduling and registration for the 12-15 year old age group in New Mexico has been opened up and is now available on the...
The Taos Community Medical COVID Task Force is a volunteer coalition of local healthcare providers and community partners working to build collaborations to strengthen our local medical response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. In this column, local healthcare providers will be answering common questions about COVID-19 in our community. If you have a question that you would like to submit, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please check out taoscovidtaskforce.com for the latest medical information about COVID-19 in Taos.
The nonprofit Taos Feral Feline Friends released its charitable activity report for calendar year 2020. The organization, which has operated a no-kill shelter for cats since 2004, helped 113 cats in total during the year. The number includes cats living at the TFFF shelter, felines handled through the Trap, Neuter and Return spay/neuter service and the Pays To Help Strays adoption service. The number excludes cats that were supplied free cat food or veterinary care via the low-income caregiver assistance programs.
The New Mexico Department of Health provided an assessment of the state's recent vaccination efforts to combat the almost one-year long COVID-19 pandemic.
And after a directive issued on Tuesday (March 2) by President Joseph R. Biden that prioritizes vaccinations for teachers across the nation, the state is making plans to return to full in-person learning with support from the federal government.