Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham asked us to share this message to inform you of the resources being distributed to all New Mexico residents as well as the actions she and our state government are taking to inform the public about the COVID-19 public health emergency in New Mexico.

The New Mexico Department of Health encourages all New Mexicans to stay home when at all possible in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in New Mexico.

The New Mexico state government is centralizing information on COVID-19 and resources for the public on its website:

This website offers information and links concerning but not limited to:

  • Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico

  • COVID-19 symptoms and testing guidelines

  • Prevention methods that all New Mexicans should be practicing during this Public Health Emergency

  • Press and public information releases from the Governor’s office and the state government concerning COVID-19

  • NM Department of Health orders and guidelines concerning COVID-19

  • The Coronavirus Health Hotline (1-855-600-3453) for those experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and for those New Mexicans with medical questions concerning COVID-19

  • The Coronavirus Information Hotline (1-833-551-0518) for those experiencing with questions about available resources for those whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19 public health emergency

  • The Senior and Disabled Adults Food Access Hotline (1-800-432-2080) for those Seniors and Disabled Adults in need of food assistance during this emergency

For all updates concerning COVID-19 within New Mexico, will remain the centralized information source from the state throughout this emergency.

Stay safe and well — and please stay home, for your sake and the sake of everyone in our community.