Hundreds of New Mexico healthcare workers make public plea to slow COVID-19 spread

If COVID-19 continues to spread out at the existing rate, health centers will begin to fill up, more residents will pass away and more families will lose liked ones, the letter states.

” COVID-19 is surging throughout New Mexico. Infections are growing faster than ever in the past,” the letter states. “The public health data are clear: The pandemic and the severe risk posed to our states public health have actually never ever been more harmful than right now.”.

Healthcare employees across New Mexico have actually worked tirelessly on the front lines of the pandemic to assist protect residents and have actually seen deaths and infections firsthand, begins the open letter published Oct. 26 by the New Mexico Department of Health. And now health care employees need aid from residents to fight the virus and secure the states health care and medical facility resources, they stated.

More than 350 doctors, nurses, and healthcare specialists and providers in New Mexico are prompting state locals to assist slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
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However the health care workers stated locals can help suppress spread by remaining home as much as possible, restricting travel outside the home, wearing a face mask in public, avoiding events and washing their hands often.

Access the complete letter here

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” COVID-19 is surging throughout New Mexico. Infections are growing much faster than ever before,” the letter states. “The public health data are clear: The pandemic and the serious threat postured to our states public health have never been more harmful than right now.”.

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