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ALBUQUERQUE, NM—Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas issued a consumer alert warning New Mexicans about COVID-19 test scams. With more and more people seeking tests, scammers may be exploiting this demand to steal personal, financial, or medical information. New Mexicans should also be aware of reports that certain testing sites are issuing illegitimate “negative” test results without actual testing taking place. Attorney General Balderas asks New Mexicans to remain vigilant when requesting a COVID-19 test—both at a testing site and at home.

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