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Exposure notifications

Get notified if you have been exposed to Covid-19. No personal data is collected. It uses Bluetooth, not GPS technology. 

If you want to read more about the app, go to https://nmnotify.com/

NM Notify | Help New Mexico Stop The Spread

About NM Notify Notifications. NM Exposure Notifications is a new service developed in partnership with Google and Apple to help slow the spread of COVID-19.


If you need help installing the app, watch this short video: 


Sarah will be gone for several weeks due to a family emergency. All of her Zumba and Dancefit classes will be covered, but not the MF 1030 Yoga. Please attend T/W/Th 830 yoga instead.

Also, we will not have 635 MixxedFit this Wednesday 8/25.


If you aren’t vaccinated and are around others who aren’t (either at work or play) it is a good idea to get tested regularly. Here is information regarding free at-home Covid-19 tests and local testing sites. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 23, 2021 Department of Health Provides Options forCOVID Surveillance TestingAs new requirements get underway, Department reminds New Mexicans about testing options – and encourages at-home testing wherever possible SANTA FE – On Friday, the New Mexico Department of Health reminded New Mexicans of options to get tested for COVID-19. The guidance is intended to support New Mexicans as case counts rise across the state – and as vaccinate-or-test requirements are implemented for state employees, teachers, and workers in congregate settings. For New Mexicans who are able to do so, the Department encourages the use of Vault at-home tests for surveillance testing: https://learn.vaulthealth.com/nm/. New Mexicans can order tests to be delivered to their home at no cost. To be able to use the Vault tests, a person needs access to the internet, an email address, and a photo ID. New Mexicans can also access COVID testing at Curative sites, which can be located through the NMDOH website: https://findatestnm.org/. The NMDOH urges New Mexicans to avoid going to health clinics, hospitals, or urgent care for surveillance testing – unless you are symptomatic and have been exposed to COVID-19.  Best practices to stem the spread of COVID remain in place, including masking, hand-washing, and physical distancing. Masks are required in public, indoor settings. In addition, DOH encourages New Mexicans to wear a mask when in public around others; if you are sick, please stay home. The DOH would like to encourage all individuals to get tested for COVID-19 if: ·     You have COVID-19 symptoms including cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, and/or loss of taste or smell. ·     You don’t have symptoms but were in close contact or are a household member of someone who has tested positive and are in their infectious period.  This is recommended regardless of vaccination status. ·     You don’t have symptoms, but you are unvaccinated and live or work in a high-risk congregate setting such as long-term care facilities, detention centers, and correctional facilities.  ·     You are a patient scheduled for surgery or hospital admission, even if you’re fully vaccinated. Some medical facilities may require testing prior to surgery or admission. 
 ###NMDOH Baylee Rawson, Communications Specialist Ba***********@st***.us | ##  The Department of Health works to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and deliver services to all New Mexicans. As New Mexico’s largest state agency, DOH offers public health services in all 33 counties and collaborates with 23 Native American tribes, Pueblos and nations. 
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