Emergency Alert – New Mexico

COVID-19 update NM instructed to stay home except for emergency essential outings.

Stay home, save lives. All non-essential businesses must cease in-person operations. List of essential businesses and more COVID-19 info at newmexico.gov and cv.nmhealth.org.


This just landed in my iPhone as an emergency alert…something I’m signed up for with the state of New Mexico.

One thought on “Emergency Alert – New Mexico

  1. Bilagáana says:

    “New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham raised alarms with President Donald Trump Monday about “incredible spikes” in coronavirus cases in Navajo Nation, warning that the virus could “wipe out” some tribal nations, according to a recording of a call between Trump and the nation’s governors obtained by ABC News. https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/mexicos-governor-warns-tribal-nations-wiped-coronavirus/story?id=69884997
    “I’m very worried, Mr. President,” Governor Lujan Grisham said, as she followed up on a request she made to the Department of Defense last Wednesday for a 248-bed U.S. Army combat support hospital (CSH) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Grisham told Trump she had not yet received a response.”
    There are 23 Indian tribes located in New Mexico – nineteen Pueblos, three Apache tribes (the Fort Sill Apache Tribe, the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Mescalero Apache Tribe), and the Navajo Nation. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Indian_reservations_in_New_Mexico
    Each Tribe is a sovereign nation with its own government, life-ways, traditions, and culture.
    Map (click to enlarge)

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