Coronavirus Information

Coronavirus Information
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GPD Non-Emergency Response Form

***Courtesy: NM Dept of Health.***

For the safety and security of all employees, all guests to City Hall and the Gallup Joint Utilities facilities must visit the security desk at 110 W. Aztec Avenue. Guests will be required to use hand sanitizer upon arrival and security will contact the appropriate department. If the department is available, security personnel will escort you to that department.

The City of Gallup urges residents to practice the CDC’s recommendations for social distancing and health safety measures. The City of Gallup is complying with the New Mexico Public Health Department amendment to the Public Order and requests business compliance.

Locally there are several hotlines you can call to discuss your health and if you are concerned about symptoms of COVID‐19:

 Rehoboth McKinley Medical Center’s hotline is (505) 236‐1074. Gallup Indian Medical Center’s hotline is (505) 726‐5897.

 For further information about the State of New Mexico Health Department’s response and actions visit

 For information from CDC on the national and international outbreak, preventative measures and more visit

The Office of the Governor has set up a coronavirus hotline and is encouraging individuals who are sick to call the number below for a pre-assessment prior to heading to their healthcare provider.  That number is 1(855) 600-3453.  To read the Governor's Public Health Order, visit

The City would also like to remind citizens to share information with individuals who do not use the internet.

Please call (505) 863‐1254 for more information about available City services.

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