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Albuquerque mayor isolating after testing positive for COVID

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller has tested positive for COVID-19 and has canceled his attendance at upcoming events. Keller's office said Thursday that he is experiencing symptoms but didn't elaborate. He had planned to attend weekend events in Albuquerque, including a Pride festival and Summerfest. His office says he also planned to visit Saturday with President Joe Biden who is scheduled to make a quick stop in New Mexico to be briefed on wildfires and recovery efforts. Keller's office says he's looking forward to returning to in-person duties once it's safe. Coronavirus cases are on the rise again in New Mexico, but health officials say infections are becoming more mild.