An antiviral pill that people could take at home to reduce their symptoms and speed recovery could prove groundbreaking.
The state Department of Health reported 20 additional deaths from COVID-19 and 879 new cases as of Thursday. Santa Fe County had 44 new cases.
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New Mexico's daily count of new coronavirus cases edged up to 1,025 on Thursday, when state health officials also reported 14 new deaths from COVID-19.
Critics say it violates the intent of the legislation, which was meant to help students catch up on learning after months of remote schooling.
The president's plan was criticized by medical professionals who cited a lack of safety data on extra doses and raised doubts about the value of mass boosters, rather than ones targeted to specific groups.
Some families must travel farther and deal with more logistical challenges in transporting animals a greater distance. But few seem to be complaining.
Fifteen more New Mexicans died from the disease, according to the Department of Health's daily report. One of the victims was a Santa Fe County man who had been hospitalized and had underlying conditions.
"There's something about our response this time … that has created this change in the shape of the curve," Dr. David Scrase, the state’s top health official, said Wednesday.
"We are still going to have a couple of really rough weeks," Dr. David Scrase, New Mexico's top public health official, said Wednesday.
Those who've written their glooms — both by hand and via email — have made it plain they want the coronavirus nightmare, now headed to its second full year, to waft away.
Demand is so high in New Mexico and nationwide that some hospitals are paying traveling nurse agencies $200 an hour or more for temporary use of one of their people.