NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – All workers at New Mexico State University must now get a booster shot or submit to a weekly COVID-19 test. In a memo sent to staff, the chancellor says every staffer and student employee needs to have their booster by February 9 or within four weeks of becoming eligible.
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Those who don’t comply could face disciplinary action or even lose their jobs. UNM started requiring booster shots for students and employees last month.