ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Hundreds of Albuquerque businesses can likely expect visits from city inspectors this week, as the city works to enforce the state’s latest public health order. The enforcement plan was one of several elements discussed by city officials at a news conference Tuesday morning.
For the next two weeks (through November 30,) the state is limiting the types of businesses that can remain open for in-person services, forcing non-essential businesses closed and strict capacity limits on grocery stores and essential retail. Albuquerque’s Fire Marshal Gene Gallegos said Tuesday the city’s public health order enforcement teams are still working hard.
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