September 10, 2021

New Mexico: Fully reopened. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) announced the health department had issued a public health order that re-implements a mask mandate. Individuals 2 and older must wear a mask in indoor public places, regardless of vaccination status. The order took effect Aug. 20 and lasts until Sept. 15. The health department also issued an order that mandates vaccines in high-risk settings, such as hospitals and congregate care facilities. Those with a qualifying medical exemption, disability or sincerely held religious belief can receive an exemption. Exempt individuals must wear a mask and submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. School workers who are not fully vaccinated also must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test weekly and wear a mask.

Excerpted from

List of Coronavirus-Related Restrictions in Every State