For people who are at home, and can’t make it out to get a COVID-19 vaccine, the state is working with Presbyterian Hospital on a program to bring the vaccine to you.They’ve given out 300 vaccines to people at home in Albuquerque and are rolling it out to other parts of New Mexico. “They are expanding to Santa Fe, Valencia and Sandoval counties,” said Aging and Long-Term Services Sec. Katrina Hotrum-Lopez. Hotrum-Lopez says they’ll continue to expand the program to other parts of New Mexico.More and more New Mexicans are getting their vaccine. Wednesday, the state reported 50% have had at least one shot. More than 30% are fully vaccinated.

For people who are at home, and can’t make it out to get a COVID-19 vaccine, the state is working with Presbyterian Hospital on a program to bring the vaccine to you.

They’ve given out 300 vaccines to people at home in Albuquerque and are rolling it out to other parts of New Mexico.

“They are expanding to Santa Fe, Valencia and Sandoval counties,” said Aging and Long-Term Services Sec. Katrina Hotrum-Lopez.

Hotrum-Lopez says they’ll continue to expand the program to other parts of New Mexico.

More and more New Mexicans are getting their vaccine. Wednesday, the state reported 50% have had at least one shot. More than 30% are fully vaccinated.

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