Albuquerque, New Mexico 2020-11-19 20:37:50 –
“We must take this reset incredibly seriously,” the governor said.
The governor emphasized that progress is gradual and will take some time to see.
New Mexico reported 12 deaths and 3,675 cases on Thursday.
Age is not immune. The state reports an increase in cases of COVID-19 in all age groups.
Hospitalizations and deaths are also on the rise.
To address the growing number of COVID-19 cases, Expo New Mexico will start offering 7 days a week test.
The governor said the demand was so high that it would take time to address the test issues.
“Personnel is a real problem, so we’ll have to think about different ways,” said Governor Luhan Grisham. “We work with other companies that do saliva tests and mouth swabs. They are not labor intensive.”
The governor said New Mexicans can help slow spread by staying at home. She reminded people about the risks of gathering for Thanksgiving.
“Even if it’s small, it’s enough because you have to remove the mask to eat Thanksgiving dinner, even if it’s small. It’s really, really high risk, and it’s what our modeling team does. I’m very worried, “Gov said. Ruhang Grisham said.
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