The previous records had stood since November 2020, before vaccines were available.
As of Tuesday, there were 13 available intensive care unit beds and 57 medical and surgical beds available statewide, acting Health Secretary Dr. David Scrase said.
Twenty-two other deaths were recorded statewide Friday, as well as 1,844 new cases total.
Such a move would reflect concerns that vaccines begin to lose their effectiveness after about six months, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said.
Glen Nicolet still gets a thrill from taking to the sky — as well as from teaching cadets entering the world of aviation.
On Friday, 347 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in New Mexico.