COVID-19 in Indian Country
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic promotes food safety during the upcoming holiday.
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Cherokee Nation received 6,000 rapid test kits from the Indian Health Service to enhance how the tribe tests for COVID-19 within its school system and among its most vulnerable citizens.

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation CARES Act program benefits tribal citizens and tribally owned businesses hurt financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic supports practicing social distancing during the upcoming holidays, including Halloween.

August 19 is Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Day in Oklahoma City!

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic promotes the benefits of staying current with your yearly vaccinations.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, a nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, received a $50,000 grant to help support lean initiatives.

The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Oklahoma today reminded taxpayers of the July 15 filing and payment deadline and warned against an increase in tax and COVID-19 scams.

The Cherokee Nation mourns the loss of one of its fluent Cherokee speakers and elders to COVID-19. Edna "Dolly" Raper passed away on July 4, 2020.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic offers new and innovative ways to continue to provide excellent health care to American Indians amid COVID-19.

'We must follow the rules and regulations that are attached to the CARES Act Funding or any federal grants or federal financial assistance,' says Chairman Matthew Komalty of the Kiowa Tribe.

Citizens of the Wyandotte Nation are eligible for a $1,500 financial assistance payment from the tribe's general welfare program.

The Choctaw Nation announced plans for distribution of $200.8 million of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding.

Every one of the 5,400 Quapaw Nation enrolled members is about to receive a lump sum of Covid-19 stimulus money directly from the Nation’s Northeast Oklahoma office, Quapaw Chairman John L. Berrey announced.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, a nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, was awarded a grant through the NDN Collective COVID-19 Response Project.

The Cherokee Nation announced a $332 million spending plan to use the tribe’s first portion of an $8 billion set aside in CARES Act funding.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, is hiring new positions that provide medical and mental health care during COVID-19.

The Kiowa Tribe will not use its CARES Act funding for per capita payments, Chairman Matthew M. Komalty said.

During a Special Business Committee Meeting held on May 21st, the Sac and Fox Nation Business Committee approved the Sac and Fox Nation COVID-19 Economic Support Program.

Sen. James Lankford (R-Oklahoma): "It is my goal to ensure Oklahoma Tribes are included in these resources provided by the CARES Act."