Mora County staff is tremendously proud of the impact that we have made in helping our citizens in providing quality and exceptional services during this difficult time. Your patience and understanding is a demonstration of a community coming together. Please check this page often on Covid-19 News for our county.
Emergency Broadband Benefits
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At this time, the number of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 is growing, throughout New Mexico. We’re all aware that this virus, if contracted, will be difficult for those with a compromised immune system to fight. We also know that any virus is contagious, and it is our goal to keep citizens safe and healthy, and as unexposed as possible. We also want to minimize mass hysteria and panic, so we’re advising everyone to stay calm and take necessary precautions to protect yourself and your families.
New Mexico Department of Health
Mora County Sheriff’s Department, Mora County Fire Departments and Mora County EMS don’t have the resources available to engage in issues that aren’t an imminent threat to public health & safety. Therefore, we are encouraging all residents to follow simple guidelines.
1. If you or your family members are sick, stay home;
2. Wash your hands with soap and water, thoroughly and regularly, cough or sneeze into your sleeve and avoid contact with people who are coughing or sneezing;
3. If you don’t absolutely have to be around others, in a public setting, stay home!
If any of the following are true, call the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) at 505-827-0006: