Mother, grandmother, dog owner and New Mexican. Proud to serve as the 32nd governor of New Mexico.
Joined on 4 December, 2018
COVID-19 hospitalizations in New Mexico have once again reached a record high, with 919 individuals currently hospitalized with the virus statewide.
Protect yourself and your community – don't give COVID-19 opportunities to spread. Together we can save lives. #AllTogetherNM
New Mexico's COVID-19 cases and test positivity rates remain high – it's critical that we keep up the fight against the virus.
Continue staying home unless you have to go out for work or essentials – if you must go out, wear your mask. Keep avoiding gatherings with other people.
Today's #COVID19 update:
- 2,142 new cases, totaling 93,982 cases statewide
- Sadly, 23 additional deaths, totaling 1,527 deaths statewide
- 854 current COVID-19 hospitalizations across the state
Stay home. Slow the spread. Save lives.
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While this #SmallBusinessSaturday may be a bit different than we're used to, it's more important than ever to shop local.
New Mexico small businesses are working diligently to operate safely – support them by shopping online or using curbside pickup. #ShopSmall #AllTogetherNM
Wishing a happy & safe Thanksgiving to everyone across New Mexico, from my family to yours.
While this year's dinner tables may not have as many people around them as we're used to, they are full of love – even from afar.
My thanks to every one of you for your caution & care.
The main takeaway from today's COVID-19 update: there are currently almost 900 COVID-19 hospitalizations across the state.
Our health care system is stretched to the max. We all have a role to play in ensuring that it's not further overwhelmed. #SlowTheSpread #StayHomeSaveLives
My thoughts — and I hope your thoughts — are with the health care workers on the frontlines of this pandemic. They're working tirelessly to save lives, and when they can't, they ensure that COVID patients don't die alone.
Don't further their crisis this Thanksgiving. Stay home.
What's in the bill?
- Small business grants
- Supplemental unemployment payments
- Emergency food and housing relief
I’m grateful to the Legislature, both chambers and both parties, for their work to deliver this badly-needed and meaningful support to New Mexicans.
🖋️ SIGNED! $330 million in critical economic relief and support is headed out to New Mexicans across the state.
In this time of crisis, I'm proud that the state worked together to get assistance to New Mexicans amid inaction from federal leadership.
It's not too late to cancel plans – even if it's hard, nothing is more important than being safe.
Please don't let a Thanksgiving gathering lead to a funeral. Celebrate safely, with only the people you live with, and make sure we can safely get together in person next year.
This isn't a normal year, and it isn't a normal holiday season. We all wish it weren’t that way, but it is.
I know it’s hard. We’re tired. We all want to see our families. But please understand it’s not worth the risk.
We can replace Thanksgiving dinner. We cannot replace you.
When New Mexicans are in need, we act.
Grants for small businesses, unemployment assistance, emergency housing assistance – all on its way.
I'm grateful to the Legislature for working together to forge ahead for the good of the people of our great state.
Tomorrow I will call the New Mexico Legislature into special session to deliver additional economic relief and support for New Mexicans who have been affected by the economic devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I'm confident that we will deliver for the people of New Mexico.
✅ Passed! Over $300 million in economic relief and support is headed to my desk for signature before going out to New Mexicans across the state.
My thanks to the Legislature for taking quick action to meet the needs of New Mexicans in this critical time.
I am so grateful to every New Mexican who is doing their part to slow the spread, to protect health care staff and essential workers, and to save the lives of their neighbors. Thank you.
Keep it up, New Mexico. Together we can stay safe and get through this. #StayHomeSaveLives
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