COVID-19/Coronavirus

New Mexico COVID-19 cases: 21,016 (+226)

San Juan County, NM COVID-19 cases: 3,002 (+3) 

New Mexico COVID-19 Deaths: 654 (+3)

[San Juan County, NM Deaths: 181 (+0)]

New Mexico COVID-19 Recoveries: 8,343 (+57) 

The state Department of Health is updating its dedicated COVID-19 webpage, viewable here: cv.nmhealth.org.

  • Daily NM COVID-19 Statistics: 21,016 (+226) cases, 654 Deaths (+3)

    The Department of Health on Sunday also reported three new cases and no additional deaths in San Juan County, New Mexico related to COVID-19.

  • *Updated* Navajo Nation COVID-19 Cases Total: 9,103 (+35), 461 Deaths (+1)

    The total number of deaths has reached 461 as of Sunday. Reports indicate that 6,736 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. 81,665 people have been tested for COVID-19. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases for the Navajo Nation is 9,103.

  • Update: NM Yanks Local Restaurant Permits for Allowing Dine-In Service

    State officials say TJ's Diner, both locations of Los Hermanitos in Farmington, and County Family Restaurant in Kirtland have had their food service permits reinstated as of July 24, 2020..

  • SJRMC Adopts "Universal Mask Policy"

    Our goal is not to deny patients and visitors from entering our facilities. Our goal, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, is safety. Core Value of Sacred Trust calls on us to do what is right for our patients, no matter what. We must protect our patients and our staff by asking that everyone abide by our universal mask policy. We also stand by the governor’s mandate requiring everyone to wear masks in public as we work together to stop the spread of this devastating disease.

  • NM Delays preK-12 in-person Learning Until after Labor Day

    The first priority group to return to the classroom in a hybrid model will be PreK-5 students, special education and other high-risk students, followed by middle school students, followed by high school students.

  • Navajo Nation Extends Shutdown Orders

    “The data shows that the Navajo people are doing a good job in bringing the number of COVID-19 cases to a steady decrease on the Navajo Nation, but nearby border towns and cities such as Phoenix and Albuquerque continue to show increases in new cases.” said President Nez.

  • COVID-19 Positive Employee at Farmington Schools

    Another employee has been tested and is awaiting results after exhibiting symptoms. The areas in which these two employees performed duties have been vacated by all other staff members and no students have been in any affected rooms or buildings.

  • NM Dining Rooms Re-Open, then Close Again in Flurry of Legal Maneuvers

    The action by the state Supreme Court effectively blocks the temporary restraining order issued earlier Monday by Judge Raymond L. Romero. The judge’s order temporarily restricted the Lujan Grisham administration from enforcing its emergency public health prohibition on indoor dining as a means of slowing the statewide spread of COVID-19. That earlier order is now stayed until further order of the Supreme Court.

  • Second Positive COVID-19 case at San Juan College

    The individual practiced social distancing while on campus and wore a mask the entire time. As of today, the individual has not been hospitalized, is self-isolating, and is currently receiving treatment at home.

  • College Plans "hybrid model" for Fall Classes

    Classes offered in a hybrid fashion will incorporate both face-to-face and online learning. For example students enrolled in a science course may attend class online during a scheduled time, but meet face-to-face for lab assignments. Another example may be where two groups of students alternate meeting face-to-face one day a week, and then online on a different day.

  • 2020 NMAA Football & Soccer Seasons Postponed

    The New Mexico Activities Association will be postponing both the 2020 Football and Soccer seasons to the Spring semester.

  • 2020 San Juan County Fair Canceled/Youth Livestock Show Scheduled

    There will be a San Juan County Youth Livestock Show August 14th,15th, and 16th. It will be a market show only for beef, swine, lamb, goat, turkey, and poultry with a virtual livestock sale. New entries will be due July 31st

  • NM Indoor Restaurant/Brewery Dining Prohibited

    The public health order will also be amended to restrict out-of-state visitors at New Mexico state parks. Visitors to state parks must demonstrate proof of residency or will not be permitted entry.

  • Updated Hospital Visitor Policy

      An important part of this new policy that we need to reiterate is the fact that only ONE visitor will be allowed per day per admitted patient. This includes clergy. In addition, visitors who come to the hospital from out of state will need to quarantine for 14 days before they are allowed to visit a patient in the hospital. Visitation hours for non-COVID patients are between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

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