When there’s a positive case, SFPS’ COVID-19 response specialists, lead nurse or the school's nurse will identify any close contacts and call parents on the next steps. SFPS reviews each case individually to determine the most appropriate course of action. All personal identifying information will remain confidential and all reporting and cleaning protocols are being followed.
Need to get tested for COVID?
Contact your schools nurse's office for free over the counter tests.
It is recommended that the individual get tested for COVID-19 five days after exposure and if they are not up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccines that they wear a mask for 10 days following the exposure.
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Disclaimer: Cases will be added periodically throughout the day, and will only be added once all cases are investigated and close contacts have been notified. Our dashboard numbers only reflect cases that have been completed, thus numbers may be higher than shown. For more comprehensive statewide information, visit the NMDOH Dashboard.
Individuals who have had close contact with a COVID-19 infectious individual are no longer required to quarantine, however, may do so if they choose to. It is recommended that the individual get tested for COVID-19 five days after exposure and that they were a mask for 10 days following the exposure. The individual should isolate and test immediately if symptoms develop.
Any parent/guardian of a student testing positive for COVID-19 must provide a list of close contacts to DOH and SFPS’ lead school nurse or the COVID-19 response specialist who assists with contact tracing.