COVID Information

Town of bernalillo facilities are temporarily Closed to the Public
11/30/2020 PRESS RELEASE: Town of Bernalillo's Response to Public Health Order of 11/30/2020



About the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution:
For the latest update on the COVID vaccine, visit cvvaccine.nmhealth.org      

Starting on January 19th, 2021, the Sandoval County Emergency Operations Center (EOC), in partnership with the NM Department of Health (DOH), will be administering COVID-19 vaccinations on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoon. The specific time will be relayed during or after an individual registers and confirmation is sent by DOH.

Starting the week of January 25th, 2021, the EOC and DOH will be increasing their allotments to 400 doses (200 first and 200 second) a week so there will be plenty of opportunity for personnel to start getting their first dose of the vaccine. A system has been created that will remind those who have received the first dose when they need to schedule for their second dose.

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED IN THE STATE SYSTEM, PLEASE LOG BACK IN AND DOUBLE CHECK ALL YOUR INFO. There have been recent changes to the system and we want to make sure everyone is fully in the system and up-to-date. 

Registration DOES NOT guarantee an immediate spot for vaccination. Upon registration, the web system will let the individual know, based on the identified DOH Phases, when they will be eligible and how to pick a day to get your vaccine. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. All registrations are being processed through the vaccine web portal: https://cvvaccine.nmhealth.org/




COVID-19 UPDATE:
Following Governor’s Leadership. The Town will continue to follow the leadership of the Governor. Latest updates will be posted online on our website and Facebook as they are released. Call the Reception at Town Hall for more info: 505-867-3311.

Bernalillo is an At-Risk Community. Why? We have a high elderly population and high youth population. We also have many people from surrounding communities who shop in Bernalillo - not just residents. This means more exposure to all in our community.

What About Events? Currently, all events that would violate the public health order have been postponed until further notice. 

What About Fiestas de San Lorenzo? There will be NO PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT AT ALL. There will be no processions through Bernalillo & no music/entertainment at Rotary Park. You can participate from the safety of your home through live-streaming on Facebook & YouTube.

What About Mountain West Brew Fest? The Mountain West Brew Fest has been postponed till 2021. See you then!

What about Camp Coronado Summer Recreation? The Town has woefully decided to cancel the Camp Coronado Summer Recreation Program for 2020. For information about getting a refund, please contact Jason Soto - Recreation Director - for more info at 505-238-0689.

What is Closed to the Public? Recreation Center, Baseball/Softball Fields, Playground equipment at all Town Parks, town operational facilities

GUESTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE NM PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS - INCLUDING SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES AND PROPER USE OF MASKS  - CAN AND WILL BE ASKED TO VACATE TOWN PREMISES IMMEDIATELY.


MOVING FORWARD: WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT
NO MASK means NO SERVICE! The Town is adopting a strict policy that no individuals who wish to come into Town Hall will be allowed to stay if they are not wearing an adequate face covering and to be worn properly. Wearing a face covering in public is a required directive put forth by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.

Appointments Only! Any individuals who wish to conduct business at Town Hall must do so by appointments only. Only the individual involved in the transaction will be permitted into the building.


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