UPDATED March 24, 2021
As of March 24, 2021, Santa Fe County is classified as TURQUOISE.
The State of New Mexico has implemented a county-by-county Red to Green Framework permitting counties to operate under less restrictive public health measures when health metrics demonstrating the extent of the spread of the virus and test positivity within those counties are met. The framework now includes a new least restrictive level where all categories of business can operate indoors with minimal occupancy limitations, depending on the risk level of the activity. A county will reach this least restrictive level, the Turquoise Level, by meeting key health criteria for two consecutive two-week periods and effectively graduating out of the Red-Yellow-Green framework, provided the virus remains suppressed. Click here to learn more about the Red to Green Framework.
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING SANTA FE County:
Effective Thursday, February 11, 2021 the state will no longer require self-quarantine for visitors arriving into the state. Visitors from anywhere outside of the state will instead be strongly advised to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days and to seek out a COVID-19 test upon their arrival in or return to New Mexico.
Under the Red to Green Framework, the following TURQUOISE restrictions are currently being implemented in Santa Fe:
For more information on the current Public Health Order, including definitions and specifics, click here.