Public required to show proof of vaccination status for legislative session

Politics - Government

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – In response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, proof of vaccination will now be required if you want to attend the legislative session. The legislative council says the Roundhouse will be open to the public.


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However, those who wish to attend must show proof that they are fully vaccinated. In addition, the council adopted a new policy banning weapons in the Roundhouse. People will have to go through a metal detector and bags will be searched.

This will apply to the special session for redistricting in December and the regular session which begins on January 18.

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