As New Mexico navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, we are gathering and providing the latest information here. Please check back often as we update this page with current information from the State of New Mexico as well as our local communities. Our small mountain communities have very limited health care resources, so let’s take care of each other.
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
- We are in Phase 1A of the state’s reopening plan.
- During a press conference on 5/20/20, Governor Lujan Grisham said Gyms, Salons and Restaurants could open by June 1.
- The current public health emergency is in effect until May 30, 2020.
- Notable Updates as of 5/27/2020:
- Masks are required of everyone in public places, with exceptions for eating, drinking, exercising and medical requirements.
- All retailers may operate according to COVID-Safe Practices (“CSPs”) at 25% fire code occupancy.
- Houses of worship may operate at 25% occupancy.
- More New Mexico State Parks are opening for day use only. Visit New Mexico State Parks for details.
- Outfitters that follow CSPs are allowed to open.
- Restaurants open at 50% outdoor capacity
- New Mexicans must remain home except for essential outings.
- Gatherings of more than five people remain prohibited.
- 6 feet of physical distance from others must be maintained.
- Locations and services where high-intensity contact is unavoidable remain temporarily closed.
- A 14-day quarantine order remains in place for out-of-state airport arrivals.
- Vacation rentals are prohibited to out-of-state residents.
- Restaurants are open for take out and delivery only.
- Public Health Order New Mexico Department of Health
- Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Press Release
- NM Covid-safe best practices for individuals and employers
- Covid-19 Data Map (NM health Public Dashboard)
- Angel Fire Resort
- Angel Fire Golf Course Opens
- Monte Verde Lake Opens
- Bike Park & Scenic Lift Rides opens to platinum members and pass holders
- View AFR’s COVID-19 Updates here
- Music From Angel Fire cancels their 2020 season.
- Fly fishing, OHV, and horse back riding outfitters begin to open.
- 9th Annual Drew Judycki Memorial scheduled for June 6th & 7th is cancelled.
- All Town of Taos supported events are on hold for the summer.
- Taos Farmers Market hosted their first market with drive-up shopping only.
- Public Curfew effective from midnight to 5:00 A.M
Taos Ski Valley:
- Currently, the resort is closed.
If you have any questions or just want a local’s perspective, feel free to give our team members a call at 575.377.2321.