COVID-19 in Indian Country
President Trump is working to make sure Native American communities have the support they need to combat the coronavirus.

'The coronavirus relief funding coming from Washington today for tribal governments is inadequate and weeks-delayed,' said Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly.

Vice President Myron Lizer of the Navajo Nation will attend a Native American roundtable with President Donald Trump in Phoenix, Arizona, on May 5, 2020.

Ahead of President Donald Trump’s visit to Arizona, Rep. Greg Stanton (D-Arizona) is asking a simple question: Where is the $8 billion in coronavirus relief promised to tribes?

On February 11, 2020, Tyler Fish of the Trump administration addressed the National Congress of American Indians. Here's what he said.

Rep. Greg Stanton urged President Donald Trump to take immediate action to eliminate the Federal Emergency Management Agency local cost share to help the Navajo Nation fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Trump administration still doesn't know how it's going to distribute an $8 billion coronavirus relief fund to Indian Country, just days before payments are supposed to go out.

The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs had scheduled an oversight hearing on March 25, 2020. It’s now being postponed to sometime in “late April,” according to a spokesperson for the Republican majority on the legislative panel. The oversight hearing was scheduled to address President Donald Trump’s fiscal year 2021 budget request for Indian Country programs. […]