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COVID-19 Economic Impact

New Mexico Restaurant Association provides reopening guidance

Salons in NM excited to reopen

New Mexico restaurants prepare to reopen for dine-in customers

Governor gives green light for salons, indoor malls, gyms, dine-in restaurants to reopen

Some restaurant patios busier than others
Operator of pop-up drive-in theater weighing options amid governor's order
Restaurants in NM resume outdoor dining
Silver City restaurant continues operations after license revoked, cease and desist order
Silver City restaurant continues operations after license revoked, cease and desist order

Restaurants may provide outdoor or patio services beginning Wednesday

Businesses hurting after COVID-19 closes popular Memorial Day destination, Elephant Butte

COVID-19 impacts Memorial Day shopping

Albuquerque bike shop experiencing surge in sales

Essential workers in New Mexico earn 13% less than non-essential employees

Silver City restaurant faces backlash for inflammatory banner

Businesses sue governor over threat of fines for violating public health order

Local restaurants frustrated at the wait, now preparing for dine-in business

Restaurant owners worried over new contact tracing requirements

Roswell economy takes huge plunge amid COVID-19

Downtown Last Call restaurant closes its doors for good

Local restaurant shares dine-in service reopening guide with other restaurants

Local restaurants have beef with delivery fees

Albuquerque woman sews clear masks

Carpet cleaning business tries to stay afloat as it helps other businesses reopen

Gov. Lujan Grisham announces MVD scheduled to partially reopen June 1

Republican Party of NM slams governor's approach to reopening the state

City of Albuquerque lays out reopening plan

Sunport to receive millions from CARES Act to offset impact of less travel

Elephant Butte business owners hold their breath for governor to reopen state economy

New Mexico concert season on hold amid COVID-19 pandemic

NMDOH opens COVID-19 testing to all New Mexico workers

Cumbres & Toltec Railroad plans modified season amid COVID-19

Fire damages Nob Hill business that is already reeling from slowing sales due to COVID-19

Rio Rancho man starts mobile drive-in cinema

Vandals target struggling Nob Hill café