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New Mexico governor shuts down grocery stores for two weeks

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By Bethany Blankley | 24 November 2020

WASHINGTON EXAMINER — A dozen grocery stores around the state have been forced to close for two weeks because of a public health order issued by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at a time when the state’s residents are suffering from record high unemployment and food insecurity, critics say.

The order requires businesses with four or more rapid responses of COVID-19 cases reported within in a 14-day period to close for two weeks.

More than 25 essential businesses were shut down as of Monday afternoon, including a number of grocery stores and major retailers.

The closures include two Walmarts in Albuquerque and one in Santa Fe, an Albertson’s in Roswell, a Smiths Food & Drug Center in Albuquerque and New Mexico Food Distribution Center in Albuquerque. […]

2 Comments on New Mexico governor shuts down grocery stores for two weeks

  1. So if you live in Las Cruces, Sunland Park, etc., shop in El Paso. And if you live in Gallup, shop in Arizona. And if you live in Albuquerque and on up north shop in Colorado, and if you live in Eastern NM, shop in Texas…. You’re a commie-controlled blue state, NM. Deal with it!

  2. Starvation- a time honored method of ‘population control’. Add to that oxygen deprivation, social limitations, police paralysis , ‘5G’, & the grand finale: the dna distorting biogel chip ‘inoculation’ -so our ‘betters’ can romp & frolic the earth at the fatal expense of the weakened, depraved world citizens who voted them in.

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