Santa Fe New Mexican : 2020-09-24

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NATION

A-4 Thursday, September 24, 2020 SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN POSITIVE CASES BY COUNTY 87532 Española New cases reported by the state Department of Health Seven-day average For a list of businesses with reported positive cases, visit env.nm.gov/nmedresour­ces-for-covid-19/ and click on “Rapid Response Data.” ◆ 87522 59503 Los Alamos: 32 Union: 31 Colfax: 29 Catron: 9 Mora: 7 Harding: 2 De Baca: 1 Rio Arriba: 386 Roosevelt: 270 Otero: 247 Lincoln: 196 Taos: 133 Grant: 112 San Miguel: 103 Hidalgo: 99 Socorro: 97 Quay: 73 Torrance: 66 Sierra: 44 Guadalupe: 34 Bernalillo: 6,270 McKinley: 4,304 San Juan: 3,280 Doña Ana: 3,198 Lea: 1,349 Sandoval: 1,315 Chaves: 1,066 9 30 400 502 Pojoaque 87574 84 285 4 27,987 857 72 Tesuque 87506 300  Denotes increase since last report 40 87501 Excluded from county totals: 87573 Santa Fe: 961 Santa Fe 53 cases in New Mexico 0 Curry: 759 Eddy: 735 Valencia: 567 Cibola: 413 Luna: 411 87507 87505 812 cases among federal detainees and 549 cases among state prisoners 525 173 200 87508 62 87535 25 virus-related deaths 4 87540 87510 3 2 100 THE NATION Source: State Department of Health; numbers are for test results through Sept. 23 and are subject to change amid further verificati­on Cerrillos Madrid Galisteo 6.9 million+ 14 County cases by ZIP 285 Currently hospitaliz­ed 87047 41 cases in United States 11 0 3/12 3/26 4/9 4/23 5/7 5/21 6/4 6/18 7/1 7/15 7/29 8/12 8/27 9/10 15,669 201,573 87056 Source: New York Times 4 UPDATED SEPT. 23 designated recovered deaths in U.S. 87015 37,293 878,406 Note: Some ZIP codes are in two counties 51 Edgewood 40 SOURCE: STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH, U.S. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION new cases; 7-day average: 41,490 tests in New Mexico VIRUS TRACKER The pandemic by the numbers Daily cases reported inNewMexic­o 200 Protect yourself and others: Wash hands thoroughly and regularly; cough or sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue; and avoid contact with people who are coughing or sneezing. Stay home from work or school when you are sick. Wear a mask: In response to the pandemic, the state requires masks to be worn by adults in public settings and are recommende­d for children 3 and older, with exceptions for eating, drinking and medical issues. Get more informatio­n: Call the coronaviru­s hotline at 855-600-3453. For COVID-19 questions that are not health related, call 833-551-0518.

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