Democratic Merchandise (DNC)
New Covid cases in New Mexico have leveled off, now consistently under 300 a day from a peak of over 3000. Please continue to wear your mask, minimize travel and shopping, maintain distancing, and sanitize after touching ANYTHING; door handles, shopping carts, self-checkouts, keypads, pens, etc. Allow extra distance between you and unmasked or improperly masked people. Continue to mask and take the other recommended precautions after you have been vaccinated.
Click here for information on the New Mexico "Red to Green" county-by-county opening plan. (Scroll about halfway down the page for individual county status.) As of April 7, 20 counties have been upgraded to Turquoise; low risk and miniumal restrictions. However, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna and Dona Ana are still at YELLOW (high risk). Remember that yellow still means "high risk", so please continue to mask, distance, and sanitize! The next update will be April 21.
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“Diversity is our greatest strength and unity is our greatest weapon.” - Tom Perez
The Grant County Democratic Party wishes to thank our members for their generous donations. These donations will go a long way toward Getting Out the Vote and supporting Democratic candidates accross the board.
All New Mexicans over age 16 are now eligible for the Covid-19 Vaccine! Visit the New Mexico Department of Health information site and register now to be notified of vaccination events. Regardless of where you get you get your vaccine, your out-of-pocket shouild be ZERO.
Veterans who receive their healthcare from the VA can register for the Covid19 vaccine by calling 505-265-1711 extensions x3915; x3916; x2910; x2912 Silver City VA clinic has held one vaccine clinic for targeted veterans. They will hopefully have another clinic in April.
Veterans should register with BOTH the VA and NMDOH (above) and get your vaccination from whichever agency notifies you first.