Today marks another update for the County by County Map. Multiple New Mexico counties have improved in the state’s Red to Green Framework for safe reopening.
Thirteen counties — San Juan, McKinley, Santa Fe, Union, Los Alamos, Quay, De Baca, Roosevelt, Lea, Socorro, Catron, Sierra and Hidalgo — are in the new Turquoise level. It’s the least restrictive reopening category in New Mexico.
Ten counties are in Green:
- Rio Arriba, Taos, Colfax, Mora, Torrance, Guadalupe, Curry, Lincoln, Chaves, and Eddy.
There are no longer any counties in the Red category. The remainder of the counties are in Yellow. The next level evaluation will occur on Wednesday, April 7, 2021.
In the green level:
Essential businesses may now operate at 50% of maximum occupancy (indoor and outdoor)
Indoor dining allowed at 50% of maximum occupancy; outdoor dining allowed at 75% of maximum occupancy
CLOSE-CONTACT BUSINESSES 50% of maximum capacity (indoor and outdoor)
LARGE ENTERTAINMENT VENUES 25% of maximum capacity of any indoor/enclosed space on the premises; 50% of any outdoor space on the premises
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES 25% of maximum capacity of any indoor/enclosed space on the premises; 50% of any outdoor space on the premise
HOUSES OF WORSHIP May hold religious services, indoors or outdoors, or provide services through audiovisual means, but may not exceed 50% of the maximum capacity of any enclosed space on the premises
MASS GATHERING LIMIT 20 persons 120 vehicles