Next Reopening Phase Beginning June 1st
RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO - As Red River and the State of New Mexico continue to work through these unusual times, we are trying to keep up with the latest developments from Governor Lujan Grisham. For the next several weeks, we will continue to open up our little slice of heaven according to the current guidelines. New Mexico has reached the safe rate for opening up the state. These are the orders that are in place:
Beginning June 1, 2020 and extending to June 30, 2020 the latest public health order has these modifications:
- Lodging may operate at 50 % capacity.
- Restaurants may operate at 50 % dine-in capacity.
- Gyms, hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage services, and nail salons may operate at 25 % capacity on appointment-basis only.
- Indoor malls may operate at 25 % capacity. No loitering is permitted; food courts remain closed.
- Drive-in theaters may operate under COVID-safe practices.
- 14-day quarantine for out-of-state airport arrivals amended to permit certain business travel under COVID-Safe Practices.
- Additionally, more state parks and outdoor recreation areas will open with COVID-safe practices.
What remains the same:
- New Mexicans are urged to stay at home to the greatest extent possible. This is especially true for at risk and elderly individuals.
- Facemasks are required for all persons out in public areas, with exceptions for eating, drinking, and exercising.
- Social distancing of 6 feet must still be maintained.
- Hand washing and sanitizing are still highly recommended.
- Gatherings are limited to five people.
- Retailers may operate at 25 percent of their maximum occupancy as determined by fire code. Retailers must adhere to COVID-safe practices.
- Houses of Worship may operate at a 25 percent occupancy level.
- Bars remain closed.
- Breweries and wineries are curbside pickup only.
- Summer youth programs will be allowed with modifications, limits, and additional requirements, including temperature checks and enhanced cleaning.
- Visits to long-term care and other congregate care facilities remains restricted.
The Red River Tourism Office has all this information readily available, so feel free to contact the office by emailing email@example.com or calling 575-754- 3030. April Prout-Ralph, the Red River Economic Development and Tourism Director, can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 719-221- 2391.
Please stay safe and be kind to one another.