COVID-19 in Indian Country
A statement from the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, owned and operated by the Pueblo tribes in Albuquerque, New Mexico: To Our Valued Guests: The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is committed to providing our guests with a safe and enjoyable visit. For this reason, we are taking extra precautions to ensure our Campus is disinfected and […]

BOZEMAN – The American Indian Council and the Montana State University Department of Native American Studies announced Friday that the 2020 American Indian Council Powwow will be canceled due to concerns about the coronavirusdisease COVID-19.   The MSU American Indian Council Powwow is traditionally one of the largest in Montana, attracting thousands of visitors and […]

The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., and in New York City are temporarily closed under a directive issued by the Smithsonian Institution.

A question on social media: Why are BIE schools within the boundaries of New Mexico still have to report to school both student and staff? Ridiculous! @NNPrezNez @MartinHeinrich @RepDebHaaland @RepTorresSmall @SenatorTomUdall @repbenraylujan — Jay Lewis (@antslew9) March 15, 2020 A question for @BureauIndianEdu @USIndianAffairs and @ASIndianAffairs #Coronavirus #COVDI19 #CoronavirusIndianCountry — (@indianz) March 16, […]

Welcome to COVID-19 in Indian Country, your source for coronavirus updates affecting American Indians and Alaska Natives. Important Links: Indian Country Today Updates National Council of Urban Indian Health Coronavirus National Congress of American Indians Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Indian Country Bureau of Indian Affairs Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Outbreak Indian Health […]