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COVID-19 concerns alter schedules, services


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SE NM Veterans Transportation Network cancels transports to Albuquerque

Magil Duran, president of the Southeast New Mexico Veterans Transportation Network, announced that transports to the Albuquerque VA Hospital are canceled until further notice, “due to the fact that a Veterans Affairs medical employee had tested positive.” For more information, call 575-622-0729.

ENMU-R access

ENMU-Roswell has implemented the following actions until further notice: There will be limited access to all campus buildings following the governor’s directive. The student services center and administration center are open by appointment only from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday-Thursday. All other campus buildings are closed to the public.

Grace Community Church dismisses all activities

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Due to the coronavirus, Grace Community Church will dismiss all activities, meetings and Sunday assemblies through March 31. Weekly worship services will be recorded and available online at roswellgrace.com. For more information, call the church office at 575-623-5438.

International UFO Museum & Research Center closed

Due to circumstances beyond its control, the UFO Museum will be closed to the public until at least April 10. “We will still be accepting and shipping mail orders as normal,” a message on the museum’s website states. For more information, visit roswellufomuseum.com.

AMoCA and MCCM closed

The Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art and the Miniatures & Curious Collections Museum are now closed due to the governor’s health mandate. All events are canceled until further notice.

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