The protest calling to 'let them play' began trending on various social media platforms over the weekend and continued gaining traction Monday.
In a speech opening a new Parliament session, Yoshihide Suga said his government would revise laws to make antivirus measures enforceable with penalties and compensation.
The crushing demand for COVID-19 vaccinations on the first full day teachers and school staff were eligible for shots was a sign of potential problems districts could face trying to get doses to them.
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"We absolutely can see light at the end of this very long, dark tunnel," the governor said in a news conference broadcast live on Facebook.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the state's top health officials offered an encouraging message in a joint news conference Thursday: The state is one of the top in the…
The rule-breakers say their industry has been unfairly singled out while other businesses, like big-box stores and airlines, continue operating.
Justices listened to the arguments, grilled the attorneys and deliberated for about an hour before sending word that they wouldn't issue an opinion Wednesday.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services reminds residents to use the state's vaccination registration website, cvvaccine.nmhealth.org, to register for a vaccine.
All of New Mexico's other counties will remain in the highest level of public health restrictions for the next two weeks under the state's system to determine the level of risk of COVID-19.
Of the cases reported Wednesday, there were 74 in Santa Fe County, 352 in Bernalillo County, 127 in Doña Ana County and 102 in San Juan County.
The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to consider a similar case, but the plaintiffs' attorney believes this case could end up there.
An attempt is underway to legalize special elections that would nominate candidates for a likely vacancy in New Mexico's 1st Congressional District.
She said the Health Department has increased the number of people working the phone lines and will continue to do so through the week.
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The drumbeat for placing educators high on the priority list was growing louder as the pandemic rolled into its 10th month, especially because most school districts remain in remote learning.
LOS ANGELES — California health authorities reported Saturday a record one-day total of 695 coronavirus deaths as many hospitals strain under unprecedented caseloads.
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People over 75, residents over 16 who are at greater risk of COVID-19 complications and front-line essential workers who cannot work from home will be eligible to receive the vaccine.
The virus is surging in several states, with California hit particularly hard, reporting on Thursday a record two-day total of 1,042 coronavirus deaths.
Democrat Correa Hemphill figures she's ready for the cutthroat business of politics after surviving daily mud baths during the campaign.
During a July 4 inspection, O’Reilly Auto Parts did not require employees to wear face coverings, according to a state Environment Department release.
The state plans to have a call center set up by the end of week for people who do not have access to a computer. That call center will also be a source for people who have questions about the vaccine.