Make the New Mexico Safe Promise Today

Make the Promise to Follow COVID-Safe Practices and Keep New Mexico Healthy and Safe

The New Mexico Save Promise initiative, presented by the New Mexico Hospitality Association (NMHA), invites all New Mexicans and visitors to New Mexico to make a personal commitment to follow COVID-19 Safe Practices to help make New Mexico the safest place for its families, workers, and customers. This initiative is about local communities supporting each other to ensure that all New Mexicans are self-accountable to abide by best practice safety standards. To make the New Mexico Safe Promise, visit

By making the New Mexico Safe Promise, everyone in New Mexico commits to:

»  Use a face covering while in public

»  Stay six feet from others while in public

»  Stay home when sick

»  Wash their hands frequently and follow recommended hygiene practices 

»  Participate in any COVID-19 related training made available at their workplace 

The New Mexico Safe Promise campaign was developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic and in conjunction with the safe reopening of businesses throughout the state through practices aligned with New Mexico Department of Health ordinances and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. This initiative hopes to unify the entire state of New Mexico through the protection of the health of its communities, residents, and customers. 

Please take a minute to make the promise and encourage your friends, family members and colleagues to make the promise as well. You can also help by sharing on your social media outlets.

For more information on the New Mexico Safe Promise campaign and to make the promise, visit

Learn More About COVID-19 Restrictions in ABQ

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 when traveling and to follow guidance issued by official sources of public health information.

Click here for details on restrictions, guidelines and a safe reopening.