If reduced traffic, empty parking lots and vacant stores are any indication, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s statewide stay-at-home order has taken root.

But that doesn’t mean people aren’t reporting offenders.

A spokesman said state police have received 119 calls reporting businesses being noncompliant with the order, which went into effect Tuesday in the battle against the spread of COVID-19. Though no citations had been issued as of Wednesday morning, state police can charge violators with running afoul of a public health act.