COVID-19 in Indian Country
Governor Max Zuni of the Pueblo of Isleta confirmed a second COVID-19 case within the New Mexico-based tribe.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 813 for the Navajo Nation as of April 13, 2020.

The Pueblo of Zuni confirmed a rise in COVID-19 cases in the tribe's region of New Mexico.

The Pueblo of Zia has emerged as a coronavirus hotspot in New Mexico, and the tribe is taking numerous steps to prevent the spread of the disease.

The Navajo Nation wrapped up an unprecedented 57-hour curfew on the largest reservation in the United States.

The Pueblo of Zuni is closing out the week with more promising news: only 1 additional COVID-19 case from the day prior.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 698 for the Navajo Nation.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 597 for the Navajo Nation as of April 10, 2020.

The Pueblo of Zuni is closing out the workweek with a promising development: no new COVID-19 cases.

The New Mexico Indian Affairs Department released a COVID-19 Tribal Response Plan to help Indian nations address the coronavirus in their communities.

'The Navajo people have endured many hardships and sacrifices throughout history, but we continue to stand strong with our faith, prayers, and teachings of our elders,' said President Jonathan Nez.

Governor Wilfred Herrera Jr. of the Pueblo of Laguna updated his people on a coronavirus stay at home order for residents of the reservation and a closure order for outsiders.

A special session of the 24th Navajo Nation Council will include action on new emergency legislation relating coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 558 for the Navajo Nation as of April 9, 2020.

In an 'emergency message,' Governor Anthony Ortiz of the Pueblo of San Felipe confirmed 54 COVID-19 cases within the New Mexico-based tribe.

The Pueblo of Zuni confirmed 24 positive COVID-19 cases, an increase that comes amid widespread testing of tribal citizens.

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer are self-quarantined due to being in close proximity with a first responder who later tested positive for COVID-19.

The top leaders on the Navajo Nation are in self-isolation after coming in contact with tribal first responder who has tested positive for the coronavirus.

The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 488 for the Navajo Nation as of April 7, 2020.

New Mexico Tribes will receive over $674,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation as part of the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.