New Mexico launches COVID-19 vaccine registration site

He added that the state should start seeing the impact of the vaccine after about 10% of the population has been vaccinated. That’s about 210,000 people.

The state launched a website on Tuesday for people to register or pre-register for a vaccine.

If a person is eligible to receive the vaccine, the website will tell them how to schedule a vaccination appointment.

Pre-registrants will receive a text when they are eligible for vaccination.

Hospital capacity

Hospitals in New Mexico do not operate in “crisis” care, forcing doctors to make harsh decisions and rational care.

The state reported on Thursday that COVID-19 hospitalizations have dropped to 810 people, which is 100 less than in recent weeks.

However, Dr. David Scrase, secretary of the New Mexico Department of Human Services, said he wants to see more improvements.

“I would like to see ICUs less than 100%, below 290, I would like to see hospitals with at least ten percent of general beds open, 60 or 70,” he said. “I would like to hear stories about staff finally taking a vacation or how to take the free time they asked for. Don’t stop supporting our health workers, they are still doing an amazing job, it’s still not easy job, still very hard. “