As previously speculated, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has lifted her stringent indoor mask mandate following the closure of the 2022 Legislative Session.
According to Daniel Chacón of the Santa Fe New Mexico, Lujan Grisham announced that the mask requirement is “gone.”
“The governor made the announcement during a Thursday afternoon news conference to discuss the end of the state’s legislative session.” according to KOB 4.“Until today, New Mexico and Hawaii were the only states that had yet to set a date for lifting their mandates,” the AP added.
According to a report from KOAT 7:
There are a few places where the mask mandate still stands, health orders state.
Those institutions include all public hospitals; profit or nonprofit public hospitals; general hospitals; special hospital nursing facilities; assisted living facilities; adult day cares; hospice facilities; rehabilitation facilities; state correctional facilities; juvenile justice facilities; residential treatment centers; the New Mexico State Veterans’ Home; and community homes, except for eating and drinking.
Any privately-owned businesses are allowed to set their own rules regarding face coverings. School districts are also announcing their own policies.
This is a developing story.