Positive Cases of COVID-19 in McKinley County: 3,657 (Updated July 13, 2020 @ 1716)
Source: New Mexico Department of Health
July 8, 2020 – The Navajo Health Command Operations Center confirms 7,981 COVID-19 positive cases and 5,693 recoveries on the Navajo Nation Reservation. read more…
Public Health Orders & Executive Orders
- McKinley County Resolution MAR-20-029 Declaration of an Health Emergency
- NMDOH Public Health Order Non-Congregate Shelter 04-23-2020
- NM Executive Order: Renewing the State of Public Health Emergency 04-06-2020
- NM PHO Public Health Emergency Order Clarifying That Current Guidance Documents, Advisories, And Emergency Public Health Orders Remain In Effect 04-06-2020
- Navajo Nation DOH PHO Dikos Ntsaaigii-19 – 03-20-2020.pdf
To Report a Non-Compliant Business with the Public Health Order please email NMSP.COVID19@STATE.NM.US. A report should include the name and location of the business, and the date/time of when the violation was noted.
New Mexico State Police FAQ on COVID-19 click here
Read Gallup Police Department’s Response to the COVID-19 and how can you can submit a Non-Emergency Incident Report Form Online click here
Health & Medical Information
UNM Gallup – Drive-Up Testing every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the month of July / 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Testing Open to First 200 people click for more info..
COVID-19 Testing Drive-Up Events for McKinley County for July 2020 click to view calendar..
Gallup Indian Medical Center
Effective Wednesday, March 10, 2020 GIMC will be screening patients and visitors upon arrival to the hospital. Patients and visitors will be greeted at the door and asked basic screening questions. In order to facilitate this, access will be limited to a limited number of entry points. The main northeast entrance to the hospital on Nizhoni Boulevard will remain open at all times. Learn more
Rehoboth Christian Hospital
Drive-up Coronavirus testing is now available in front of the main hospital entrance. Call our hotline first: (505) 236-1074 New COVID-19 Clinic hours to 8 am – 5 pm, seven days a week. Call hotline once you arrive at the Clinic. The COVID-19 Hot line is open 24 hours, seven days a week. Learn more
McKinley Public Health Office
MPHO will test the following persons for COVID-19: 1.Asymptomatic people who are close contacts or household members of New Mexico residents who have already tested positive for the coronavirus; 2.Asymptomatic residents in nursing homes; 3.Asymptomatic people in congregant settings such as homeless shelters, group homes, detention centers; 4.Symptomatic people displaying the COVID-19 symptoms of cough, fever or shortness of breath. If you meet either of these criteria, please call the following number to schedule an appointment: 505-722-4391. read more…
- Gallup Indian Medical Center: 505-726-5897 / 505-726-5888
- Rehoboth Christian Hospital COVID-19 Triage: 505-236-1074
- NMDOH Coronavirus Health Hotline: 1-855-600-3453
- Navajo Nation Health Command Center: 928-871-7014
- Coronavirus Heath Hotline (Please use this number if you have HEALTH related questions about the coronavirus): 1-855-600-3453
- Coronavirus Information Hotline (Please use this number if you have questions about school closures, job issues etc.): 1-833-551-0518
- Senior & Disabled Adults Food Access Hotline: 1-800-432-2080
Student Meal Information
Gallup-McKinley County Schools
Beginning Monday March 30, 2020 Student meals including breakfast and lunch will be delivered to School Bus stops read more…
Stay Up-to-Date with GMCS Learn more
Rehoboth Christian School
Hot Meals – Rehoboth continues to offer hot meals for free for those 18 and under.Breakfast is at 8-10 and Lunch 11-1. Meals are also sold to adults, priced at $2.00 forbreakfast and $4.00 for lunch. If you are in the neighborhood, swing by. We are proudof our food service department! Update for Parents 03.30.20
Shopping for Essential Items
Wear a cloth face covering to slow the spread of coronavirus. Growing evidence suggests the virus can spread:
• Before people show symptoms (pre-symptomatic) and
• From people who have the virus but never show symptoms (asymptomatic).
Cloth face coverings help prevent spread of COVID-19 in these situations. Learn more
While shopping for groceries and other household essentials during COVID-19:
- Order items online or over the phone. Get them delivered or pick up curbside.
- Ask for deliveries to be left on your doorstep to avoid person-to-person contact.
- After getting food/items, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Mental Health Support
The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is here to support individuals and communities during this time. Counselors are available and here to hear you 24/7 at 855-662-7474. Learn more
Are You a Veteran Who is Experiencing Mental Health Challenges? Click for Resources& Support
New Mexico Healthcare Worker & First Responder Support Line 855-507-5509
Communication Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People at the Hospital for COVID-19 open link here