Your source for the what, where, and how regarding the coronavirus pandemic in New Mexico: testing/tracking/trends, public health orders, news conference videos, funding, and re-opening.


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STATS & DATA

πŸ“Š Tracking COVID-19 in New Mexico

Updated daily per data provided by the New Mexico Department of Health

πŸ“Š Trend-line Charts: Coronavirus Cases by County, by Day

Updated daily per data provided by the New Mexico Department of Health

πŸ“Š Tracking COVID-19 in Navajo Nation

Updated daily per data provided by the The Navajo Nation, Office of the President and Vice President

🌎 Map: Tracking Vaccinations in New Mexico

State reports to CDC can be delayed up to 72 hours after dose administration.

🌎 Red, Yellow, Green Dashboard

The Red to Green dashboard is updated every other Wednesday

🌎 FAQ/MAP: What are New Mexico’s Travel Restrictions?

The map is updated weekly per data provided by the New Mexico Department of Health. The travel order is updated when a new order is issued.

πŸ“Š Data Projections: When will coronavirus be over in New Mexico?

Updates provide by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), an independent global health research center at the University of Washington.

πŸ“Š State by State Coronavirus Case, Global Statistics, Maps

Updates provide by Johns Hopkins University and the Associated Press

πŸ“Š Surveys – Conducted by KRQE News 13


FAQs – NEW MEXICO HEALTH ORDERS

⁉️ Vaccines: COVID-19 vaccine in New Mexico

As of January 22 the following groups are currently eligible for vaccine:

  • Hospital personnel
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities
  • Medical first responders
  • Congregate setting workers
  • Persons providing direct medical care and other in-person services
  • Home-based health care and hospice workers
  • People 75+
  • People 16+ at risk of COVID complications

No other groups are eligible at this time.

⁉️ Red, Yellow, Green Level Definitions

New Mexico Department of Health Public Health Order has transitioned to the Red-to-Green Framework. The Department of Health updates Red to Green dashboard every other Wednesday.

If a county fails to meet the specified metrics for a given level, the county must begin operating at the lower level’s restrictions within 48 hours of the map’s update. If a county begins meeting the specified metrics for a less restrictive level, the county may begin operating at that level’s restrictions immediately upon the map’s update.

⁉️ What you need to know about New Mexico’s Public Health Order

A deep dive on what residents, businesses, and organizations need to know about the most recent Public Health Order. This is updated when new orders are issued.


PDFs – OFFICIAL STATE ORDERS


FAQs & WHAT TO KNOW

New Mexico CARES Act grants to be dispersed by Christmas Eve


FAQ: Evictions – Supreme Court Ruling


Coronavirus Symptoms: What we know + older adults, children, pets/animals


Dealing with death and grief during a pandemic


How to help people in need during coronavirus outbreak


Phone Numbers, Websites to Know During COVID-19


FDA: 200+ Hand Sanitizers to Avoid


Masks: Are you wearing your face covering or mask correctly?


Donating blood during the coronavirus outbreak


Timeline: Coronavirus in New Mexico


COVID-19 NEWS CONFERENCES

▢️ New Mexico State Officials, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, Dr. Scrase

▢️ City of Albuquerque Officials & Mayor Tim Keller


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