COVID-19 Updates and Assistance
The EDCLC continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely. Our organization’s main concern is the health of our community and the short- and long-term stability of Lea County’s businesses.
Essential businesses are allowed to operate as normal. Please see below for what businesses and industries are classified as essential. In addition, there is a 14-day quarantine in effect for visitors coming into the state (essential businesses are exempt from this order). Restaurants can currently operate at 25% indoor capacity as well as outdoor and pick-up dining.
Masks are now required for all residents of NM as well.
The current NM health order has been extended to October 30th.
US Congress passed the CARES Act to help small businesses and employees hit by the effects of the COVID-19 virus. Below, find resources about the Act and how businesses can access or utilize funds.
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SBA: New Mexico District Office
Albuquerque, NM 87103
SBA Regional Office
Fort Worth, TX 76155
Local CARES Act Funding Grants Available
State & Federal Programs
The Grant Plant keeps a list of potential grants for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19.
NM Economic Development Department, Dept of Workforce Solutions, & Tourism have created a Rapid Response Taskforce for businesses with questions. If you are unsure where to go for resources, submit your questions directly.
NM Economic Development Department is offering loan guarantees as well as zero interest LEDA funds (LEDA applies only to infrastructure for manufacturing companies). Information regarding federal SBA loans is also available on their webpage.
NM Department of Workforce Solutions has made it easier to apply for unemployment benefits, specifically if you have been impacted by the Coronavirus. The requirement to look for work has also been waived.
The Association of Commerce & Industry has information regarding state and federal programs to help businesses through this time.
The All Together Fund has been established to help New Mexico respond to and eventually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund will be used to address immediate needs and offer long-term support for the recovery work that lies ahead.
Stay up to date with COVID-19 developments and best practices for staying safe and healthy using the following websites:
New Mexico Coronavirus Health Hotline: 1-855-600-3453
(Please use the number above if you have HEALTH related questions about the coronavirus.)
New Mexico Coronavirus Information Hotline: 1-833-551-0518
(Please use the number above if you have questions about school closures, job issues etc.)