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New Mexico is fifth most COVID-19 restrictive state


With all states having at least partially reopened since health orders mandated closings in response to COVID-19, New Mexico continues to be one of the country’s most restricted states, according to rankings released today by the personal-finance website WalletHub. It said New Mexico is 17th in its requirement to wear a face mask in public, 31st in reopening childcare programs, 28th in travel restrictions, 22nd in large-gathering restrictions, 42nd in strictness of shelter-in-place orders, 22nd in reopening non-essential businesses and 46th in reopening restaurants and bars. Full report: https://wallethub.com/edu/states-with-the-fewest-coronavirus-restrictions/73818/.