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COVID-19 Economic Impact

Many people choosing to stay on unemployment rather than work, business owners and analysts say

While nightclubs get green light to open, dancing is still prohibited

New Mexico on track to fully reopen by end of June, but could happen sooner

Businesses on moving into the Green level: ‘It was like Christmas’

Nightlife, entertainment making a return in Albuquerque
Event center prepares to open after Bernalillo County goes Green
New Mexico to encourage unemployed to return to work
After governor announces reopening changes, businesses see light at the end of the tunnel
State to fully reopen after 60% of New Mexicans are vaccinated; projected by end of June

SBA announces rules for Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Restaurant leaders attribute staffing shortages to unemployment benefits, COVID restrictions

Businesses struggling to find workers

Roswell movie theater scheduled to reopen April 16

Hotel Albuquerque bringing back furloughed employees, hiring more staff

Los Poblanos hosting job fair to help with expansion

'The new normal': Restaurant owners anticipate delivery remaining popular after pandemic

Gymnastics gym hiring more coaches to handle demand

Cliff's Amusement Park plans to open in May

As restrictions continue to ease, tourists return to Santa Fe

COVID-safe Meow Wolf opens Friday

Business owners frustrated over skyrocketing rates for unemployment trust fund

Santa Fe movie theater offers unique experience

Gov. Lujan Grisham provides business community with optimistic outlook

Performance venues, entertainment centers prepare for reopening

Governor says state is building toward framework for youth sports to safely operate

Tourism industry hopes for a jolt as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Hinkle Family Fun Center among 'recreational facilities' that can reopen in NM

4 counties reach Turquoise level, 6 achieve Green status in state's reopening map

New Mexico ski industry optimistic about future

Tourists excited to visit New Mexico after travel restrictions are softened

New Mexico Artisan Market returning to Sawmill Market

Albuquerque restaurant plans on waiting until staff is vaccinated before opening indoor dining

Keller highlights success of getting to yellow, but says green is 'a long way off'

Hinkle Family Fun Center takes issue with Topgolf opening while it's forced to remain closed

O'Reilly Auto Parts in Lovington fined nearly $250,000 for violating COVID safety guidelines