COVID-19 in Indian Country
"Tomorrow marks the beginning of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in Winnebago," said Danelle Smith, Chief Executive Officer of the Winnebago Comprehensive Healthcare System.
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The Winnebago Tribe, headquartered in northeastern Nebraska, has one new positive case of COVID-19 as of September 15, 2020.

The Winnebago Tribe reported another COVID-19 positive case after going two weeks without new cases.

Two more positive COVID-19 related cases and two additional deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported on the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska.

A COVID-19 testing event is being held in an effort to make testing widely available to Winnebago Community Members and those who work on the Winnebago Reservation.

The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of forty positive cases of COVID-19. Of those forty, eight individuals have recovered.

The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of thirty-nine positive cases of COVID-19. Of those thirty-nine, eight individuals have recovered.

The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of twenty-five positive cases of COVID-19. Of those twenty-five, eight individuals have recovered.

The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of nineteen positive cases of COVID-19. Of those nineteen cases, eight individuals have recovered.

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The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of fourteen positive cases of COVID-19. Of those fourteen cases, six individuals have recovered.

The Winnebago Reservation now has had a total of thirteen positive cases of COVID-19. One person has died from the coronavirus.

The first COVID-19 related death has been reported on the Winnebago Reservation.

Winnebago Comprehensive Healthcare System has confirmed three new cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) on the Winnebago Reservation.

The total number of positive COVID-19 cases on the Winnebago Reservation has now reached four as of May 7, 2020.

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The Winnebago Tribe announced the first COVID-19 positive case within the community.

Chairman Coly Brown of the Winnebago Tribe released a statement in connection with the leak of sensitive CARES Act data by the federal government.

The Omaha Tribe criticized Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts for allegedly withdrawing an offer to provide financial support and medical resources during the coronavirus pandemic.

  A 32-year-old Oglala Lakota man, Vernon Black Eyes, has spent the past week distributing free hand sanitizer and toilet paper to elders and people with underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to the coronavirus in Lincoln, Nebraska. Video by Kevin Abourezk: https://youtu.be/9qOzpE4Zq2k