COVID GUIDELINES

The St Moritz Condominium is committed to cleanliness and safety for our employees, guests and residences. The following health and safety guidelines represents best practices, during the re-opening phase of the economy. These guidelines & protocols must be done in compliance with any federal, state and local laws. Here is a pledge of what we are doing. I need a pledge from you, to do your part. You will need to read and agree, with signature, to these terms to stay at St Moritz Condominium.

For current restrictions, please visit the New Mexico Department of Health COVID-19 website for details on indications and symptoms: https://cv.nmhealth.org/. As of July 1-15th, 2020 are as follows:

  • Individuals who travel to the state of New Mexico by air or car, you must self-quarantine for 14-days. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has issued an executive order requiring air travelers to New Mexico to self-isolate for at least 14 days to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Travelers who fail to voluntarily self-isolate will be subject to forced isolation or quarantine by the New Mexico Health Department.
  • All gatherings of more than 5 people are prohibited.
  • Physical distancing with 6 ft spacing from other individuals, other than people you live with.
  • Everyone is required to wear a face covering in public in the state of New Mexico. Exceptions to face coverings in public include eating, drinking and exercising.
  • All retail and common areas are operating at limited occupancy.
  • Stay home if you are sick, been around someone who is sick or have any risk factors.

Employee & Guest Health Concerns- Responding swiftly and reporting to local health officials any presumed cases of COVID-19 at the St Moritz Condos shall be a staff requirement and is also required by you. The St Moritz shall follow CDC guidelines for employers and lodgers, including instructing employees to self-isolate for the required amount of time, as defined by the CDC, from the onset of symptoms and be symptom-free for at least three days without medication. You are required to follow all CDC guidelines for the State of NM and the Federal requirements for travelers.

If you have been in the proximity of anyone in a high contamination area or scenario, or you have symptoms develop; Cough, Fever, Fatigue, Shortness of breath, or Loss of taste/smell, please contact: Corona Virus hotline 855-600-3453 and cancel your reservation. Please don’t come to Taos Ski Valley and the St Moritz Condominiums. If you developed COVID after your stay (7-14 days), please also call 505-362-2807, so the St Moritz Condos can take all the appropriate steps to notify others and start the contract tracing protocol.

Case Notification: If you suspect you may have COVID-19, call the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) at (505) 827-0006. For additional information and resources, call the NMDOH Coronavirus Hotline at 1-855-600-3453.

Laundry- Linens, towels and laundry shall be washed in accordance with CDC guidelines and manufacturer’s instructions. This includes laundering at the warmest permissible water setting for the items and dry items completely. Dirty linen shall be left on bed. All towels will be left in the bath tub.

Public Spaces and Communal Areas- The St Moritz doesn’t have any closed common public spaces. The locker room and the trash can on the 1 st floor has a hand sanitizer station for your use. Please use the hand sanitizer after discarding trash or opening the locker room door.

The St Moritz uses cleaning products and protocols that are EPA-approved disinfectants that meet CDC requirements for use and effectiveness against viruses, bacteria and other airborne and blood borne pathogens.

Physical Distancing- Please follow CDC’s social distancing guidelines, guests shall practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from other groups of people not traveling with them.

Guest Rooms- In anticipation of individual concerns of guests, housekeeping shall not enter a guest room during a stay unless specifically requested, or approved, by the guest. Housekeeping shall maintain the practice of cleaning rooms thoroughly following 48 hrs after check-out.

Cleaning and disinfecting protocols will require that particular attention is paid to high-touch, hard non- porous items including television remote controls, toilet seats and handles, door and furniture handles, water faucet handles, nightstands, telephones, light switches, temperature control panels, alarm clocks, luggage racks and flooring.

As we move forward in reopening our economy in a COVID-positive New Mexico, it’s critically important that everyone in our state keeps up adopting COVID-19 Safe Practices as a new normal way of life:

  • Wear a face mask.
  • Wash hands often, don’t touch your face.
  • Cough into your elbow and sneeze into a tissue.
  • Consult with a doctor before traveling when sick.
  • Stay up-to-date on vaccinations.
  • Avoid contact with people who are already sick
  • Stay up-to-date on vaccinations.
  • Avoid contact with animals while traveling.
  • Be aware of latest travel advisories from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. State Department and NM State current rules.

If you are traveling in and through New Mexico, please follow all guidelines and respect all restrictions set by local governments. Here are a few key points to keep in mind: Visit CDC Travel for the latest guidance: cdc.gov/travel

  • Plan ahead for few rest stops and potential closures. Many, but not all, rest areas in the state are closed. Gas stations in N.M. are still open. For a real-time map of road closures in New Mexico visit NMRoads.com.
  • Understand that New Mexico is in the Preparation Phase of reopening. As New Mexico is not fully reopened at this time please review all current restrictions on restaurants, retail and other non-essential businesses.
  • Outdoor recreation- As outdoor lands and some recreational areas reopen in New Mexico, state officials are reminding residents and visitors to be respectful of these places and continue to take precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19.