COVID-19 State Guidance & Resources

 COVID-19 State Guidance & Resources


NEW MEXICO INDIAN AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT (IAD)

The New Mexico Indian Affairs Department (IAD) continues to work with Tribes across New Mexico to ensure they have the resources to protect their citizens from COVID-19. Visit the IAD website for:


NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH)

The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) is actively responding to the Coronavirus across the state by creating all New Mexico two 24/7 Coronavirus hotlines have been created to answer any health-related and non-health-related COVID-19 questions or concerns. New Mexico residents can also receive testing through their healthcare provider or the 50 screening and testing sites that are available throughout the state. Visit the NM DOH website to find resources like:


NAVAJO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (NDOH)

The Navajo Department of Health is updating its website frequently with COVID-19 data – number of patients tested, negative and positive cases and deaths as well as location of outbreaks. Visit the Navajo DOH website for resources, including:


ALBUQUERQUE AREA SOUTHWEST TRIBAL EPIDEMIOLOGY CENTER: 

The Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) continues to provide leadership, technical assistance, training, and resources to the 27 American Indian Tribes, Bands, Pueblos, and Nations during the Coronavirus pandemic. AASTEC developed resources for New Mexico Tribes and Pueblos: