New Mexico

Please find the information below based on Washington states current COVID19 status. You will find what is happening in each county and what homes are affected by these counties. Please find below the phases criterias that Embassy family of companies is enforcing with the states guidelines. To ensure the safety of our individuals please wash your hands, use our PPE equipment and wear a mask indefinitely. Thank you. 

Updated August 11th, 2020

COVID19 NM Data 

New Mexico Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)

Outlined below is the “Safe Start” plan, a phased approach to re-open New Mexico. Under the plan, businesses and activities will re-open in phases with adequate social distancing measures & health standards in place.  For an updated list on counties phases and requirements: click here.

For updated information on what the DOH is doing for New Mexico and to report cases please click on the buttons below. 

Statewide Guidance

New Mexico is still under a state emergency and is still recommending a stay at home order. At this time New Mexico is not opening in phases by county like other state but by the state in general. Continued social distancing and self isolation measures are necessary to protect public health given the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases in New Mexico. While there is an order below to lift some restriction all New Mexicans should be staying in their homes for all bu the most essential.


Below find guidance to what the state is allowing:

Beginning June 1

  • Drive-in theaters may reopen under COVID-Safe Practices;

  • Nine additional state parks will reopen for day-use only beginning May 30, with five more opening June 1, some with capacity limits;

  • Indoor malls, hair and nail salons, barber shops, tattoo parlors and massage services may begin operating at 25 percent occupancy; 

  • Shopping mall food courts must remain closed, and loitering is prohibited; 

  • Salons and other personal-service businesses must operate on a by-appointment basis, per the amended order. Waiting rooms will remain closed; clients will not be allowed to enter until time for their appointment; 

  • Hotels may operate at 50 percent of maximum occupancy under COVID-Safe Practices;

  • Gyms allowed to reopen at 50 percent occupancy. Personal training is permitted for up to two trainees; 

  • Group fitness classes are still prohibited, as are sparring, grappling, wrestling and other forms of person-to-person contact training;

  • Swimming pools may reopen for lap swimming and lessons of up to two students; 

  • Bars – defined as food and beverage service establishments that derived more than 50 percent of their revenue in the prior calendar year from the sale of alcoholic beverages – remain temporarily closed, although breweries and wineries can do curbside pickup where permitted by their licenses;

  • Retailers and houses of worship may operate at 25 percent of maximum occupancy in accordance with COVID-Safe Practices; 

  • The 14-day quarantine order for airport arrivals will be amended to permit certain business travel under COVID-Safe Practices;

  • Masks are required of everyone in public places, with exceptions for eating, drinking, and exercising and medical requirements. Click here to learn more about face coverings and how to make them

  • Mass gatherings and congregations are still unsafe and prohibited; 

  • New Mexicans are still urged to stay home, especially if sick or in a high-risk group, and to maintain a 6-foot physical distance from others if you must go out.

  • Industries: Offices at 25 percent capacity

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