New Mexico Coronavirus Cases and Deaths

Track the spread of COVID-19 by state

Data Updated Sep 18, 2020

Coronavirus cases continue to grow in New Mexico. From cities to rural towns, stay informed on where COVID-19 is spreading to understand how it could affect families, commerce, and travel. Follow new cases found each day and the total number of cases and deaths in New Mexico. The county-level tracker makes it easy to follow COVID-19 cases on a granular level, as does the ability to break down infections per 100,000 people. This county visualization is unique to USAFacts and will be updated with the most recent data as frequently as possible. The underlying data is available for download below the US county map and has helped government agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its nationwide efforts.

Known Cases


(+158 reported Sep 17)



(+4 reported Sep 17)


Known Cases of COVID-19

New Known Cases Per Day

New Known Deaths Per Day

Cumulative Cases

Cumulative Deaths

County Stats for New Mexico

CountyKnown CasesDeathsKnown Cases (Per 100K)
Bernalillo County6,144169904.7
Catron County111311.9
Chaves County99371,536.8
Cibola County407201,525.8
Colfax County261217.7
Curry County73051,491.2
De Baca County1057.2
Doña Ana County3,068521,406.1
Eddy County65451,118.7
Grant County1002370.4
Guadalupe County331767.4
Harding County20320.0
Hidalgo County9922,358.3
Lea County1,299211,827.8
Lincoln County1793914.6
Los Alamos County290149.7
Luna County38861,636.5
McKinley County4,2852536,004.2
Mora County70154.8
Otero County24313360.1
Quay County702848.2
Rio Arriba County38113978.9
Roosevelt County25231,362.2
Sandoval County1,30940892.0
San Juan County3,2451942,617.8
San Miguel County910333.6
Santa Fe County9325619.9
Sierra County401370.7
Socorro County826492.9
Taos County1284391.2
Torrance County641413.9
Union County312763.7
Valencia County5344696.3

To learn more about how we did this, visit our detailed methodology and sources page.

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