These are the latest COVID-19 statistics for New Mexico:
Total COVID-19 cases-46,490 / New cases 592 / Deaths 1018 / Recoveries 21,570 / Active COVID-19 cases 23,902 / Current hospitalizations 354 / 1.5% of active cases are currently hospitalized / Tested 1,172,720 / 4.0% Positivity rate / Case Fatality Rate 2.2% / 7 Day Rolling Avg. of new cases 785 (Goal is 168 or lower)
Bernalillo (187), Dona Ana (127), Chaves (41), Santa Fe (33), Sandoval (31), McKinley (22), Curry (18), Luna (17), San Juan (17), Cibola (15), Valencia (14), and Rio Arriba (10) counties all had more than ten new cases.
Socorro and bordering counties: Socorro County 262/13 deaths (154 active cases), Catron 10/1 (3 active cases), Cibola 649/23 (315 active cases), Lincoln 393/6 (232 active cases), Sierra 127/1 (92 active cases), Torrance 104/1 (38 active cases) , Valencia 1056/5 (596 active cases.) There have been 65 cases in zip code 87801 (City of Socorro.) The number of active cases is unknown.
Harding County has no active cases.
Hispanics/Latinos make up 43% of positive and Native Americans make up 22% of positive cases in New Mexico.
Those over 70 years old make up 7.8% of all positive cases in NM while accounting for 59% of all deaths in the state.
Those over the age of 50 make up 89% of the deaths from COVID-19 while making up only 30% of all cases. Of those that are under 50 years old only 0.36% have died. If there are no underlying medical conditions (UMCs) present for those under 50 only 0.049% have died. Those under 50 with no UMCs make up 1.57% of all deaths in New Mexico.
One person under the age of 20 that has tested positive for COVID-19 has died. Of positive tests for those under 30 only 0.082% have died. If there is no UMCs present only 0.024% have died. Those under the age of 30 account for 37% of positive cases in the state and 1.37% of all deaths from COVID-19 in New Mexico. Those under 30 with no UMCs present account for 0.39% of all deaths in the state.
84% of those that have died from COVID-19 also had underlying medical conditions.
New Mexico has the 27th highest deaths per 100,000 (49) among U.S. states and territories. The U.S. 10th in the world in deaths per 1 million.
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84% (855) of those that have died also had underlying medical conditions.