For the most up to date information please check with the official state web site of New Mexico.
Do I have to wear a mask? Individuals are required to wear a face covering or mask in public spaces except when eating, drinking or swimming, or unless otherwise advised by a health care provider.
THE SOCIAL CONTRACT
As New Mexico gradually returns to the new normal of living in a COVID-positive world, every one of us must accept the responsibility to protect ourselves, our families, our neighbors and especially the most vulnerable in our communities. In some ways, this will be even harder than sheltering in place. To get New Mexico moving again, and keep it moving, we must do our part. That means:
Be Responsible. Wear a face covering when you are around other people. Stay 6 feet away from anyone not in your own household. Wash your hands – a lot. Cover your cough or sneeze.
Be Patient. Access to your favorite businesses and recreation will be limited. It may take you longer than usual to get an appointment with your doctor, salon and other service providers.
Be Prepared. Plan and call ahead. Don’t leave the house without your face covering and hand sanitizer.
Be Educated. Know what it takes to keep you and others safe. Visit cv.nmhealth.org for expert guidance.
STAY HOME. If you do not need to go out, don’t. Every outing creates risk for your family and your community.