April 2 PSA - City of Las Vegas releases PSA with details on the Curfew Extension

While San Miguel County was among the first to move from the "Red" level (very high risk) to "Yellow" level "(high risk), San Miguel County has failed to move to the "Green" level (medium risk) or "Turquoise" level (low risk), based on the current data related to Covid-19.

For the purpose of moving from "Yellow" to "Turquoise", which would allow for the least State­level restrictions on various businesses, including recreational facilities, bars and clubs, houses of worship, places of lodging and mass gatherings, and in compliance with Governor Lujan­Grisham 's Executive Order 2021-010, the Mayor has determined that it is in the best interests of the City and public health, safety and welfare of the City's residents and visitors to extend the 10:00 pm to 5:00 am curfew through May 31, 2021, or until San Miguel County reaches the "Green" level or "Turquoise" level, whichever event comes first.

To date, the New Mexico Department of Health has reported 191,945 positive Covid-_19 cases and 3,942 related deaths in New Mexico, including the unfortunate Covid-19 related deaths of too many City of Las Vegas residents, and based on the current data related to Covid-19, San Miguel County continues to have more than 8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants during each two­week period as set by the State of New Mexico.
Mayor Trujillo sends his condolences to the community members who have suffered due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and thanks to the City's residents and visitors for their continued cooperation and help in taking actions to minimize the transmission of Covid-19 and reduce the recent spikes in positive Covid-19 cases.