Gallup hospitals are located here. The Township of the Ten Commandments is vacant. The sample case in the condona donde se ubica esa ciudad es una vez y media el promedio nacional. In the principles of this month, there are several cases in which the metropolitan area of the United States, as a database of The New York Times, is based.
While the pandemic has spread to countries in recent months, places like Gallup have had the most affected.
Established between the Navajo North and the India Reserve Zuñi al sur, where the Gallup residents met their native citizens, according to the most recent census data.
The indigenous communities are especially vulnerable to viruses, hecho, at a moment’s notice, should be constituted here 40 per cent of all cases in New Mexico, if these communities comply with a minimum of one part of the population of the state. And some of those who have now healed the viruses of all manner of diseases have been judged by the consequences of economic deceleration.
Eric-Paul Riege, a 26-year-old artist, is the son of a war veteran and hotel manager and a navy man who teaches the art of tejido. His work has been in galleries and collections throughout the country. But this year, the paid projects are practically disappearing.
When I got to know Riege, he was working in a restaurant called Grandpa’s Grill, preparing food for dinner.
La Ruta 66 pas by Gallup. The people are valued by the tourism industry in order to help boost their economy, and they mean that visitors can count on the local galleries and commercial establishments that sell artisanal people’s artisans. Sondeverbod, the restricted taxes in the zone he specified his activities.
While the region is experiencing intense cases of viruses in May, the city has entered into confinement, and the state police officers and the National Guard are blocking the cars of the motorists in order to prevent the people living in Gallup from entering al pueblo, a menos que fuera un emergencia.
My past, many despair of retiring the barricades, the commercial establishments are abridged, but the interiors are not allowed, which only limits the probabilities that some pass and are destroyed.
The iconic hotel El Rancho, where some star Hollywood stars like John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn, among others, will operate approximately a quarter of its capacity.
In many respects, Gallup is a relic of the indigenous peoples’ conquests and expansive expansion. Many commercial establishments, for example, are owned by white people, who are also administrators. These small stands are located in the shadow of McDonald’s, Walmart and other large French stadiums, where cars and people will soon be able to park their cars.
Bill Lee, director of the Gallup Chamber of Commerce, said he had a growing economic division over the tax restrictions imposed on local and state officials. For the most part, most small businesses tend to operate under more restrictive standards, as are the rules that prohibit interior sales, while the large ones, unless all considered essential, can operate with less restrictions. “The governor has chosen the winners and the losers,” Lee said.
When the auto track is blocked this year, Walmart finds buyers who want to cut commissions for quarantine weeks, even though the tithes of comestibles in indigenous peoples are theirs. Without embarrassment, the barricades also impede that the members of the native states may enter the people to buy.
The indigenous groups over the years have been suffering from a lack of information and resources.
Including antennas of the pandemic, the Service of Health Indigenous (IHS, by its seal in English), the government of the government that offers medical attention to the 2.2 million members of the tribal communities of the nation, and the passage of a grave financial and financial statements, in addition to a range of medical and healthcare facilities.
The virus hizo more evident esas deficiencies.
In the midst of the devastation of the pandemic, some people are sidelined. One of them is Dan Bonaguidi, the alcove of the people who belonged to the concrete factory and recycled Michele’s Ready Mix Rock and Recycle, together with his wife, Michele. His bargain was successful thanks to the fact that the government subsidies have generated a mayor requesting construction materials for domestic renovations and projects such as new or expanded health centers.
Without embarrassment, although there are some stories of success, there are many more large and small businesses that are looking for vacations or where to go.
Due to a lack of oil and natural gas in New Mexico and Texas in recent years, the pandemic has reduced the demand and prices of petroleum. In August, Marathon Petroleum Corporation announced plans to close its operations in the area and send more than 200 workers, including one to one of the city’s residents.
Business operations like Marathon are vital for Gallup’s economy, and employee losses will contribute to a sample rate of 10.6 per cent in October. Raul Sanchez is one of the workers who lost his job.
When I passed by my house in a house with a view of the people’s western zone, a recent road, two days before the Grace Action Day, Sanchez was repairing a red van. Había trabajado and Marathon lasts 10 years. “Nobody else works well in this community”, says Sanchez, 39 years old.
“We are going to affect everyone,” declared the city’s alkali, Louis Bonaguidi, this year’s principles about the marathon plant. “No doubt it affects the real estate market. But he will also affect all the negotiations ”.
When ordered by Gallup, the day before the Action Day of Gracias, the last minutes of the sun illuminated the railroad tracks. In spite of the difficulties of the people, one can perceive an organ sensation in the community while driving through it.
No hindrance, the sense of vulnerability was equal to parenthood. Including antecedents from the pandemic, more than a quarter of the residents of the city live in poverty, and these figures are missing this year.
After my visit to the Rehoboth Medical Center, we saw a group of Navy men carrying a bronze color tube to a 80-mile-long cement building north of Gallup. Geen was the only burial related to the virus programmed for this week.
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