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Check back for more information regarding local info about COVID-19.
As of July 23rd, public schools and charter schools may not have in person learning until September 8th. Online learning will be available. For more information, contact your local school district.
There is a Stay at Home Order in place. For more information,
To view cases by county,
Essential business and retail may now operate at limited capacities.
As of June 1, Gyms, salons, massage parlor, tattoo parlors, indoor malls, nail salons, may operate at limited capacities.
for more info.
As of August 29th, Restaurants may operate at 25% indoor dining capacity and 50% outdoor dining capacity. For more info,
Houses of worship may operate at 25% capacity.
Alameda Park Zoo is now open.
White Sands National Park is now open.
New Mexicans are being asked to wear face coverings in public
All New Mexicans are encouraged to get tested. Please contact the Otero County Health Department to schedule your test. 575.437.9340
The NM Economic Development Department has launched a hotline for businesses in NM. Call 1-833-551-0518 ext. 2
Alamogordo Family Recreation center is closed
Betty Dare is not allowing visitors at this time
Alamo Senior Center is closed until further notice. Meals on wheels and food pick up WILL continue.
The state has also launched a new hotline – 833-551-0518 – for questions related to issues around school closures and issues with employment.
Municipal Court is closed
Alamogordo Public Library, Sgt. Willie Estrada Memorial Civic Center are closed
On behalf of the New Mexico Department of Health, take COVID-19 precautions.
Wash your hands frequently for 20 seconds
Don’t touch your face
Use a tissue or your elbow to catch your sneeze or cough
Avoid large gatherings and close contact with sick people especially if you are elderly or high risk.
If you have a cough, fever or shortness of breath stay home from work or school
DO NOT go the ER or doctor’s office without first calling the Coronavirus hotline at 855-600-3453.
And avoid all unnecessary out of state travel
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