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Governor Re-Instates Mask Mandate

The state of New Mexico is temporarily re-implementing a statewide requirement that facemasks be worn in all public indoor spaces, with only limited exceptions, and regardless of vaccination status.
Under a public health order issued by Acting Health Secretary David R. Scrase, M.D., the re-implemented mask requirement applies to all individuals aged 2 and older in all indoor public settings – except when eating or drinking. 
 
The indoor mask requirement will be effective Friday, Aug. 20. It will remain in effect until at least September 15. The governor, acting upon the counsel and analysis of the state Medical Advisory Team and state health officials, may decide to extend or lift the requirement as necessary.