COVID-19 in New Mexico
COVID-19 is a virus that spreads easily. The disease can range from mild to severe. Use all the tools we have available to keep you, your family, and your community safe. Vaccination, testing and treatment can help us all stay safe. And don’t forget to mask up and social distance.
Parents can schedule an appointment online at: www.vaccineNM.org SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) recommends the use of a single booster dose for children aged 5 through 11 years, at least five months after completion of a primary series with the...
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COVID-19 Related Inquiries
We now have many tools to fight COVID: masking, vaccines, treatment, testing, and social distancing. We have reached a new place in New Mexico where we can lift nearly all public health requirements that prevented many COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. It is now possible for us to manage COVID-19 in our homes and in our communities.
This toolkit provides COVID-19 support and guidance for New Mexico communities and individuals.
Myths vs Facts
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Guidance
Latest Medical/Scientific Reports
NMDOH is committed to informing New Mexico residents with the latest data for positive cases, hospitalizations, vaccine rates, and deaths.
NMDOH collects and analyzes statewide data for COVID-19 positive cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. The reports on this page reflect these critical data and will be updated weekly.
In NM, COVID-19 modeling helps in planning the State’s response to COVID-19 by attempting to predict the impact of COVID-19 on health systems and populations.
Testing & Cases Dashboard
The data dashboard currently includes county-by-county breakdowns of positive cases by age, gender and ethnicity.
The vaccine dashboard currently includes county-by-county breakdowns of vaccine rates throughout the state of New Mexico.