All occupancy restrictions in the state of New Mexico have been lifted, and all businesses in the state may operate at 100% capacity.
Beginning August 20, 2021, the state of New Mexico has issued a new public health order that requires individuals to wear face masks in indoor public spaces, except while eating or drinking. The requirement is designed to combat rising rates of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations in the state and across the nation, according to Acting Department of Health Secretary David R. Scrase, M.D.
The indoor mask requirement applies to all individuals who are aged 2 and older, regardless of their vaccination status.
The health and safety of our city’s residents and visitors is Visit Albuquerque’s highest priority. Travelers are encouraged to always exercise healthy travel habits and to follow guidance issued by official sources of public health information.
If you suspect you may have COVID-19, call the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) at (505) 827-0006. Please visit the New Mexico Department of Health COVID-19 website for details on indications and symptoms: http://cv.nmhealth.org/.
For additional information and resources, call the NMDOH Coronavirus Hotline at 855-600-3453.
New Mexico has lifted all occupancy restrictions and is fully reopened.
Ready to experience the beauty and vibrancy of Albuquerque? Check out the helpful resources below to help you get started on planning your trip!
As Albuquerque safely reopens, it's important to remember that a few things may have changed since the last time you visited. We are all eager to get back out into the world, but having an idea of what to expect when you go out can ease a lot of potential uncertainties. Here are a few tips that will help you enjoy the city while working together to keep our beloved local businesses open.
Click here, or on the image below for some helpful tips for your next visit to Albuquerque.