COVID-19 in Indian Country
Citizens and leaders of the Pueblo of Zuni are increasingly sounding alarms as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise dramatically in their community in New Mexico. https://www.indianz.com/News/2020/04/08/at-this-rate-the-entire-tribe-will-be-ex.asp  

A COVID-19 'Heroes Fund' would give Tribal frontline workers a boost in pay.

With COVID-19 clusters being detected in some of their communities, widespread coronavirus testing is occurring among Pueblo tribes in New Mexico.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 426 for the Navajo Nation as of April 7, 2020.

The New Mexico Department of Health has released alarming data about the spread of the coronavirus among Pueblo tribes in the state.

The Ramah Chapter of the Navajo Nation reported 10 positive COVID-19 cases as of April 7, 2020.

Sen. Tom Udall (D-New Mexico), vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, is pushing Congress to boost pay for coronavirus frontline workers in Indian Country.

Acting Governor Floyd Toribio of the Pueblo of Zia confirmed 11 -- and as many as 20 -- COVID-19 cases within the New Mexico based tribe.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 384 for the Navajo Nation as of April 6, 2020, an increase of 30 cases.

Ohkay Owingeh has confirmed a second case of COVID-19 within the community in New Mexico.

The Navajo Nation will be implementing a 57-hour curfew this coming weekend to slow the spread of the coronavirus on the largest reservation in the United States.

Stan Lucero, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former Pueblo of Laguna council member, passed away on April 5, 2020.

The 99th Santa Fe Indian Market will be postponed until 2021 as a result of the coronavirus.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 354 for the Navajo Nation as of April 5, 2020, an increase of 33 cases.

Governor Val Panteah of the Pueblo of Zuni reported another increase in coronavirus cases. The tribe is now up to 7 COVID-19 cases.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 321 for the Navajo Nation as of April 4, 2020.

The Indian Health Service has updated its coronavirus testing data, showing some significant and notable increases in COVID-19 cases.

The Navajo Nation has imposed temporary restrictions for roadways for tourists and visitors to the reservation but it does not apply to essential commerce and business services.

The Pueblo of Zuni has four confirmed COVID-19 cases, Governor Val Panteah said on April 4, 2020.

The Navajo Nation reported yet another increase in COVID-19 cases on the largest reservation in the U.S. The number of deaths is also rising.