New Mexico Safe Certified required for restaurants to resume indoor dining


NM Safe Certified also has COVID-safe trainings for 15 different industries from hotels to salons to grocery stores.

Restaurants are required to be “New Mexico Safe Certified” in order to continue indoor dining at 25% capacity. The deadline to get this certification is Friday.

“We want to be able to do things the right way, so that we make it safe not just for customer for our employees,” Yashoda Naidoo, the owner of Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café said.

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