COVID-19: One Year Later

SFR takes a look back at some of the milestones of the pandemic's trajectory in New Mexico

New Mexico has its first four cases of COVID-19 one year ago today: March 11, 2020. You know what happened next. We all do.

Still, it's hard to remember, given the twists and turns, stops and starts, health orders, closures and losses that ensued. SFR covered the pandemic from the get-go, and will continue to do so, as it's not over yet. A complete recounting of 365 days of COVID-19 coverage is beyond us, so we present an encapsulation of some of the touchstone moments. You can find all of our COVID-19 coverage here.

Lastly, COVID-19 has involved a lot of data, charts, numbers and the like. One figure stands out: As of yesterday, 3,839 New Mexicans had died from COVID-19.

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