Sunday marks 50th anniversary of ‘Albuquerque Uprising’ – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-06-13 21:57:22 –

New Mexico (KRQE)-The state has announced that it will pay New Mexico to obtain the vaccine between Monday and Thursday so that it can attempt to reach its goal of reopening the state. On Sunday, the Ministry of Health announced that it would give $ 100 to those who completed the vaccination series or who received Johnson & Johnson’s single vaccination from Monday to Thursday.

This is because by June 17, an additional approximately 41,000 New Mexicans will need to be fully vaccinated. This will allow 60% of New Mexico to be vaccinated and the state to be reopened by July 1. This is a high goal as the state currently controls the average. Approximately 19,000 inoculations per week, and approximately 2,000 J & J shots.

Sunday marks 50th anniversary of ‘Albuquerque Uprising’ Source link Sunday marks 50th anniversary of ‘Albuquerque Uprising’

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