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Old 07-04-2020, 09:24 PM   #1
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New Mexico Public Health Notice -14 Day Quarantine

As of July 2, 2020 The Santa Fe New Mexican is reporting that the Governor has issued a new public health order that requires all out of state visitors to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in New Mexico, regardless of how they enter the state, or they could face penalties if they don't. We had plans to be in Santa Fe for four days later this month, but are now changing plans. Heads up if you plan to travel to or through New Mexico.
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We were planning to spend a week in New Mexico this summer but cancelled back in March when the pandemic hit our area. I lived in Farmington until I was 12 but haven't been back to that area in 35 years. I was looking forward to taking my family to Albuquerque and Santa Fe... maybe next year.
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I am en route to Texas, currently in Tucson. I heard about this and I am hoping if I just drive straight through NM no stopping I will be ok?

I am going to spend the night (tomorrow) in a town right before you go into NM so that way I don't have such a long drive. I won't stop until I get to Texas, other side of El Paso.
I don't see how they can hold me if I am just passing through. Fingers crossed!
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Would be interested to hear how it turns out. May the force be with you!
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I wouldn’t sweat it. I think the idea is they don’t want you coming in and then playing tourist for 14 days before you’re certain to be ok. I wouldn’t think twice about an overnight stay in NM or driving straight through.
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Would be interested to hear how it turns out. May the force be with you!
Thanks! I will let you know. Tomorrow is the day!
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So I scooted right through New Mexico, no problem. My worry was really that if I stayed somewhere possibly the people there would insist I stay for 14 days.
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Similar situation. We're in Colorado and eventually will be heading back to Texas. I'm assuming if we self isolate in our TT we'll be fine.
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Thanks for the update and glad that it worked out well for you. We are headed to Colorado on Friday, but routing through Oklahoma just in case. Safe travels
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I’ll be spending one night in Albuquerque on Tuesday next week. I called the KOA when I heard about this a few days ago and was told it is 14 days or the length of your stay, whichever is shorter. I will spend the night and then head to Utah the following day. I will have to stay in the campground anyway.
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That makes more sense. Thanks for the update
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The NM website basically stated this isn't a time for sightseeing and shopping. RV travelers can come in and if they self self quarantine for 14 days can get out and buy groceries, etc.

Our plan is a couple more days in Colorado and one or no nights in New Mexico. In a regular year a Santa Fe visit would cost me about $200 per day in camp fees and restaurant meals. I love the nightlife there. I estimate that New Mexico tourism lost $750 to $1,000 from me. I'm not complaining and believe they are making the correct decision. I'm just trying to quantify the economic impact of these tough decisions.
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Old 07-14-2020, 08:38 PM   #13
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Travel THRU New Mexico

We just returned from Colorado to our Texas home last weekend. We heard all the quarantine info on New Mexico. We normally travel from Raton to Clayton before crossing back in Texas at Texline. We filled up at Trinidad just to be sure and drove straight through with no issue.

Although we had a great time in the Rockies, camping with COVID is a bit strange. Safe travels everyone.
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We spent Monday night at the Albuquerque NM KOA. If it wasn’t for the signs you would not know anything is any different. People are wearing masks. We stayed in the campground but did stop at a truck stop for fuel without issue.
I would not reroute a trip through NM if it’s on your path. Just don’t plan on any sight seeing.
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I would avoid Michigan at all costs. I live here and the dictator has gotten so bad now that she is making masks a law which she cannot do but no one is stopping her. So as of July 20 masks in Michigan is mandatory and if you do not wear one some counties are sending out the governors police to enforce it. So at this point Michigan is a great state if you avoid it and not want to live by the dictators rule. We are planning a trip to Alaska next year. Hopefully this scourge will be a distant memory. Good luck and happy trails everyone.
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Hi,

We live in NM, and the way the order reads you would be asked to quarantine for as long as you are in NM or 14 days, whichever is shorter. I also heard that it really applies to people that are in NM more than overnight. If you are just staying the night, or fueling you are fine. (I am going to fly out of state, and when I return my DH will be taking the RV on a 14 day trip around NM... while I stay stuck in the house. Hmmmm). So, feel free to stop for the night in a NM RV park etc. However, in theory if you are out and about and get stopped for another reason, they may tell you to go back to your RV and stay there until you leave. Masks are mandatory whenever out in NM. Restaraunt's are Only open for outdoor seating and take out. Safe travels all!
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Canada Is all masked and mostly happy. Our borders are closed but I believe a few people have made there way in. Fines for those out of country and mask less. Hoping now some restrictions are lifted people don’t forget and get STUPID. Still can’t see Mom in LTC so I fully support restrictions we have fought through these last 5 months. Stay home, wear a mask when You need to go out and keep 6’ away. Or we can endure COVID for years to come.
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Yup, plenty of States with same order.
Gives everyone a good reason to check out sites in your home State.
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I am just curious HOW they know whether or not you are quarantining or when you came into the state? Texas did the same thing a few months back if you came in from Louisiana (not sure about Ark Ok or NM).
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This has been the case in most of New England for quite a while. Please, just don’t be dumb. Maybe a mask might stop someone with COVID from transmitting it, maybe it doesn’t, but nobody can say that it doesn’t stop at least some of the moisture from spraying when you sneeze, it has to stop some, at least.
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