New Mexico Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline:
"If anyone suspects or has symptoms of the Coronavirus (high fever, coughing, shortness of breath) they might be infected, you should call the Hotline number immediately to receive instructions on what to do.
Of course, if someone is very ill and needs to go to the hospital, call 911 and inform dispatcher of the situation. Drive thru testing is being set up." *Source NM Dept. of Health
St. Elizabeth Shelter is doing everything suggested by the department of health and the CDC to make sure everyone involved in our organization and community are safe during this time. Please do the same and protect yourself and your family. Below are resources from the New Mexico Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prevention is the key, please stay informed and help us keep the community and yourself protected!
New Mexico Department of Health
NM Dept. of Health COVID-19 information
NM Dept. of Health News
Coronavirus CDC Resources
CDC Briefing Room:COVID-19 Update and Risks, Youtube, 9 Mar. 2020
Place these flyer everywhere! (PDF versions)
Prevention (Bilingual - Spanish)
*Prevention Video (above):
CDC. “COVID-19 Stop the Spread of Germs” Youtube, 5 June. 2020, hhttps://youtu.be/W-zhhSQDD1U