"The El Valle Community Center and Villanueva Library will be working to support the community during the coming weeks and months as the state and community respond to the cornonavirus (COVID-19). In order to protect against the spread of the virus, the center and library will not be open for regular hours. We will continue to provide information and resources, both on our website, through this news blog, on our Facebook page, and in fliers posted and circulated throughout the community. We will also be responding to all phone calls emails. Please contact us at 575-421-0808 if you have questions, concerns, or needs.
Governor Lujan Grisham has responded pro-actively to the outbreak by closing schools, limiting gatherings to fewer than 50 people, and providing the support systems needed to help families, businesses, and leaders. Please visit the Governor's website for information, updates, and resources to help you and your family take the precautions you need to stay healthy and prevent spreading the virus. Information changes quickly, so check updates and EVCC news blog posts frequently.
The "Novel Coronavirus Disease" can cause a serious pneumonia-type illness that can be especially dangerous for elderly, fragile, or chronically ill individuals. Symptoms include shortness of breath, cough, and fever. The virus travels by contact with others who are infected. If you have any of these symptoms and have traveled to China, Europe, or South Korea recently, or have been exposed to anyone that may have the COVID-19 virus, please refer to these guidelines before contacting the New Mexico Department of Health at (505) 827-0006.
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