Socorro County has moved back to the high-risk category by the CDC.

As of Monday, there have been a total of 4,087 COVID-19 cases reported in Socorro County since the pandemic began.

The latest data released by the Center for Disease Control showed that the number of new

COVID-19 cases in Socorro County for the seven-day period ending July 10 was 33.

There were two new hospital admissions reported in Socorro County in the seven-day period and one reported death.

In Socorro County, 92 people have died from the novel coronavirus.

There were 207 tests conducted in the county over the seven days. Socorro County’s positivity rate stood at 24.53 percent on Friday, July 8.

According to the CDC website, 11,581 people in Socorro County are fully vaccinated, which is 69.6 percent of the county’s population. 52.8 percent have received at least one booster.

In the 65-and-older age group, 84.5 percent have completed the two-dose series, and 71.6 percent have received at least one booster.

Statewide, 82.1 percent of New Mexicans 18-and-over have completed the initial two-dose series, with 55.3 percent receiving a booster.

The seven-day positivity rate statewide is 15-19.9 percent.

New Mexico’s death toll since the pandemic began has reached 7,972.

Current hospitalizations statewide total 155, with 14 on ventilators.

The latest 7-day metric shows 2,483 new cases statewide with 112 new hospitalizations and nine deaths.