COVID-19 in Indian Country
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits 10th Anniversary Powwow will be held virtually with a week-long celebration of events from February 2-6, 2021.

Next in the NAJA Roundtable series: Experts and reporters will discuss common pitfalls and best practices when covering the pandemic in Indian Country.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, promotes a healthy New Year by providing virtual services for overall health.
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC)

Urban Indian frontline health workers will now have the same coverage as their other health system counterparts.

"The Hataałi are the first responders and essential, front line public health workers. We feel like we have just been forgotten."
Window Rock Arizona Navajo Nation

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic hosted its annual Toy Wonderland benefiting families in need this holiday season.
oklahoma city indian clinic

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic promotes food safety during the upcoming holiday.
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC)

The Native American Journalists Association has set The Invisibility of Indigenous COVID-19 Data virtual roundtable and live Q&A for November 19, 2020.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic was recently selected as one of Oklahoma’s 2020’s Best Places to Work.

Alaska Native corporations are asking the nation's highest court to determine if they can receive shares of $8 billion in COVID-19 relief.

The National Indian Health Board concluded the National Tribal Health Conference with a panel discussion on the behavioral health that honed in on the human effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Tribal Nations prepaid for our healthcare," Walker River Paiute Tribe Chairwoman Amber Torres said. "Our Treaties require the federal government to fund our people’s care for the next seven generations and beyond."

The National Indian Health Board has recognized Muscogee (Creek) citizen Amanda Wyatt as a Hero in Health.

In a year packed with change and uncertainty, the National Indian Health Board was pleased to recognize and honor a group of Tribal health leaders, providers and advocates during its Heroes in Health Awards Gala.

The National Indian Health Board honored and awarded the National Council of Urban Indian Health with an Outstanding Service Award for National Impact.

The National Indian Health Board opened its annual National Tribal Health Conference to a virtual audience of nearly 900 Tribal leaders, health professionals, advocates and federal and Congressional partners.

Pueblos across New Mexico continue to feel the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. Many Pueblos are still in need of food and supplies.

The Cheyenne River Youth Project and the Seattle-based Vadon Foundation have announced a new partnership that will allow the nonprofit, grassroots youth organization to raise funds for Covid-19 relief.

Please join the International Indian Treaty Council for another COVID-19 webinar.

On September 9, Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation identified three new COVID-19 cases in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta of Alaska.