COVID-19 Information

NM Governor Update: NM moves into Phase I Reopening

Mayor Update: Social Distancing/Masks Required


STAY HOME. STAY SAFE. #WeAreInThisTogether

San Miguel

Cases: 1315



We will be providing you with updates and information to help our community as we get through this together. Below you will find links to help your business with loans, paycheck protection program and various programs available for assistance.

New Mexico Department of Health



New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is leading the State of New Mexico’s COVID-19 Vaccination Preparedness Planning in close collaboration with other state agencies, public, private and tribal partners throughout the state.


Do you want to register for your COVID-19 Vaccine? Please go to to register with the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). When vaccine is available, NMDOH will send you a notification to schedule your appointment.


Users who have questions or would like support with the registration process – including New Mexicans who do not have internet access – can dial 1-855-600-3453, press option 0 for vaccine questions, and then option 4 for tech support. 

Pre-register for a COVID-19 Test


Register now using the New Mexico Department of Health online registration tool to receive a test or immunization at one of our various locations throughout the state. It’s important to get tested if you think you have COVID-19.

Take a COVID Test from Home


New Mexico and Vault Medical Services have teamed up to offer at-home COVID-19 saliva testing for any person who believes they need to be tested, with or without symptoms, at no cost.


* Order Your Test

* Log on for a virtual visit with Vault test supervisor (Do Not eat, drink, smoke or chew anything for 30 minutes before your testing session.

* Ship your sample to the lab using prepaid UPS package

* Ger your result 24 to 48 hours after your sample arrives at the lab.


Tests in New Mexico

191,945 NM Confirmed Positive Cases

173,824 NM Recovered Cases (90.56% of positive cases)

3,942 NM Deceased Cases  (2.05% of positive cases)