Coronavirus Health Hotline 1-855-600-3453
Are COVID-19 cases going down?
Over the past two weeks, new cases have dropped by about 20% overall and most states saw cases decline or remain constant. After almost continually rising since late July, deaths have also seemingly plateaued at about an average of 2,000 per day for the past two weeks.
Do I have to wear a mask in Mexico during the COVID-19 pandemic?
• Travelers should follow recommendations or requirements in Mexico, including mask wearing and social distancing.
The New Mexico Supreme Court has issued an order placing a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Judges will stay the execution of writs of restitution that property owners can obtain and give to law enforcement to force the removal of a tenant. If your landlord has filed a petition for a writ of restitution (an eviction or collection proceeding) against you for nonpayment of rent or any other reason you must participate in the hearing set by the judge.
If you want the court to stay your eviction for NONPAYMENT OF RENT during the public health emergency, you will need to provide the judge with evidence of your current inability to pay your rent at the hearing on the petition.
If you have received an eviction notice, please call the state’s COVID-19 general hotline at 1-833-551-0518.
Do I have to get tested for COVID-19 before traveling to the United States?
On January 12, 2021, CDC issued an Order requiring all air passengers arriving to the US from a foreign country to get tested no more than 3 days before their flight departs and to present the negative result or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 to the airline before boarding the flight.
Why do you have to quarantine for 14 days after travel during the COVID-19 pandemic?
You may have been exposed to COVID-19 on your travels. You may feel well and not have any symptoms, but you can be contagious without symptoms and spread the virus to others. You and your travel companions (including children) pose a risk to your family, friends, and community for 14 days after you travel.