Revised executive order amending the mandatory quarantine for individuals arriving into the state of New Mexico
As of 9/4/2020, travelers coming into New Mexico from states witha 5% test positivity rate for COVID-19 or lower, or a new case rate lower than 80 per 1 million residents—each calculated over a seven-day rolling average—or those with negative tests no longer need to self-quarantine for 14 days. The shift comes following an amended executive order signed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham; previously, New Mexico required mandatory quarantine for visitors and residents arriving from any US state. The health department is maintaining a list of the 37 states (plus Puerto Rico) that do not currently qualify and are still considered high-risk. Self-quarantine is still required for all travelers coming from outside the US. Also as of today, places of lodging that have been safe-certified can expand maximum occupancy from 50 to 75%, under an amendment to the public health order.
See the press release here