Officials have said the actual numbers of infections, already reported to be rising, could be higher than state data reflects due to easily accessible home tests.

Between April 19 and May 2, the state reported 355 COVID-19 cases. Between May 10-23, there were 884, according to Health Department reports.

COVID-19 cases have continued to fall in recent weeks, with the district recording just 17 contagious cases on campuses from March 1 through Friday.

Albuquerque marketing and website design firm Real Time Solutions and its subcontractors, one of which is based in Texas, will receive close to $50 million for advertising and other communications over two years in a no-bid process.

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