The state Department of Health will lift COVID-19 restrictions on lodging capacity during this weekend's winter storm, the agency announced Saturday.

Santa Fe is expected to get snow Sunday, with a high of only 17 degrees and a low near zero, according to the National Weather Service.

"The current COVID-19 restrictions on lodging capacity are suspended during times of extreme weather conditions and road closures," state health officials said in a statement. "While all other restrictions remain in place, occupancy limits will be determined by what the local Fire Marshall []or equivalent for the area] has previously determined."

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