Vaccine New Mexico

Jun 15, 2021 | GCD News

New Mexico is on track to reach the 60% threshold of eligible residents who are fully vaccinated, but we’re not quite there yet.

In order for New Mexico to retire its “Red to Green” framework and many of the COIVD-Safe Practices by July 1, 60% of eligible New Mexicans will need to complete their vaccine series by June 17. Time is running out, and we need your help to ensure we meet our July 1 target on time. How can you help?


  • Schedule your Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine today. If you still need to get vaccinated, consider asking for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine so you can complete your vaccine series in one shot, which will help keep New Mexico on track to reaching that 60% threshold by June 17. The vaccine is free, and the state is offering $100 incentives for folks who receive the J&J vaccine by June 17. Schedule your vaccine at your nearest event today.
  • Schedule your booster shot today. If you received your first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine (either Pfizer of Moderna) but have not yet received your booster shot, you won’t be considered fully vaccinated until you get your second shot. If you receive your booster shot, you will help move New Mexico that much closer to that 60% goal so we can fully reopen the state on time – and you will receive $100 if you get your booster by June 17. Schedule your vaccine at your nearest event today.Don’t forget about the state’s Vax 2 the Max sweepstakes! In an effort to further promote and encourage the COVID-19 vaccine, New Mexico recently launched a statewide sweepstakes that will qualify New Mexicans for cash prizes, staycations, passes to state parks and museums, and many other prizes – all just by getting vaccinated.