State health officials reported 13 additional COVID-19 deaths Sunday, including a Santa Fe County man in his 70s who was hospitalized and had underlying conditions.

The statewide death toll since the start of the pandemic is now 3,399, with 124 fatalities in Santa Fe County.

The state also reported 349 new cases of the coronavirus, including 12 infections in Santa Fe County. Overall, New Mexico has had 177,556 confirmed cases.

On Sunday, 403 people were hospitalized for COVID-19 in New Mexico.

The state has administered 340,047 doses of the coronavirus vaccine. More than 88,000 residents have received both doses of the two-shot vaccine.

So far, 590,422 people have registered to get vaccinated.

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angela chavez

There is still confusion as to when one can be scheduled for the COVID vaccine. I am one month shy of 74 and registered but have not been given an appointment. I have heard of people younger and receiving a vaccine at Santa Fe High. How can I move up to qualify? Getting answers from the Dept of Health has been difficult

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