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Health Hotline:

1-855-600-3453

Information Hotline:

1-833-551-0518

Senior Food Hotline:

1-800-432-2080

2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Bắn cá 2DCOVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their effects can range from mild to severe and in certain cases result in extreme health complications and death. Positive cases have been identified in communities across New Mexico. State health officials continue to test, process, monitor and track instances of the virus — and the state of New Mexico has taken proactive, aggressive public health actions to mitigate the spread of the disease.

Latest from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Regarding COVID-19

Coronavirus Health Hotline

1-855-600-3453

Please use the number above if you have HEALTH related questions about the Coronavirus.

Coronavirus Information Hotline

1-833-551-0518

Please use the number above if you have questions about school closures, job issues etc.

NMDOH Coronavirus Microsite

cv.nmhealth.org

This microsite has been established to be a resource for the public for all things COVID-19

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Food Banks Need Volunteers

New Mexico’s five food banks and the hundreds of food pantries around the state are in desperate need of healthy volunteers to help with sorting, packing and distributing food. Please contact the food bank that serves your county to be matched up to opportunities close to home. To learn how you can help, please visit  or

Make an appointment to donate blood.

While blood infusions are not routine treatment for COVID-19, they are essential to treating trauma and cancer, among other things. Healthy people are therefore urged to call their local blood bank and make an appointment to donate in a one-on-one setting. Here is , including phone numbers. Blood banks already follow procedures to keep both the donor and transfusions safe.

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New Mexico provides $5 million to foodbanks statewide

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Human Services Department was appropriated $5 million from House Bill 1, during the second special session of the New Mexico Legislature last month to support and supplement emergency feeding operations at food banks across the state....

New Mexico Finance Authority opens applications for Small Business CARES Relief Grants

Applications accepted beginning Monday for $100 million in grants SANTA FE – The grant application for Small Business CARES Relief Grants for New Mexico businesses will open at noon today, Monday, December 7, and will close at noon on Friday, December 18. The grant...

HSD Sec. Dr. David Scrase along with Presbyterian Dr. Denise Gonzales and Dr. Michael Richards from UNM Health will provide a webinar update regarding COVID-19 Standards of Care

SANTA FE – New Mexico Human Services Department Cabinet Secretary David R. Scrase, M.D. along with Dr. Denise Gonzales, Medical Director, Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Dr. Michael Richards, MPA, Vice Chancellor for Clinical Affairs, UNM Health System will...

Taxation and Revenue responds to pandemic, budget challenges

Modified enforcement, improvements to customer service and technology The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department is continuing to find ways to improve its service to New Mexicans amid the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cabinet Secretary Stephanie...

New Mexico State Parks to reopen for day-use on December 3, 2020

Parks remain open to New Mexico residents only Santa Fe – Today the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s (EMNRD) State Parks Division announces day-use will reopen at 32 State Parks for New Mexico residents only beginning Thursday, December 3rd. El Vado...

Information to Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19

What are the symptoms of COVID-19 and should I get tested?

The Department of Health strongly encourages the following groups to get tested:

  • Symptomatic people displaying the COVID-19 symptoms of cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, and/or loss of taste or smell.
  • Asymptomatic people who are close contacts or household members of New Mexico residents who have already tested positive for the coronavirus;
  • Asymptomatic people who live or work in congregate settings such as detention centers and long-term care facilities; and
  • Patients who are scheduled for surgery and whose provider has advised them to get tested before the procedure.

What can I do to protect myself from COVID-19?

Just like with many other illnesses, the best way to protect yourself is to wash your hands regularly, to cough or sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue, and when possible, to avoid contact with people who are coughing or sneezing.