Governor Wilfred Herrera of the Pueblo of Laguna addresses a wide range of COVID-19 issues in a video update on September 23, 2020.
More than half of the residents of the Pueblos of Cochiti, Kewa and Jemez have all responded to the 2020 Census, surpassing the self-response rate of the entire state of New Mexico.
No new COVID-19 cases have been detected at Kewa Pueblo in New Mexico, according to the tribe’s health corporation.
‘We will persevere if we protect our community, families, & ourselves’: A coloring book for youth features artwork from renowned Kewa Pueblo cartoonist Ricardo Caté.
With ‘no end in sight’ to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pueblo of Zuni is taking strong measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus on the tribe’s reservation in New Mexico.
Kewa Pueblo continues to see progress in the fight against COVID-19, according to data shared by the tribe’s health corporation.
As of July 26, 2020, the Pueblo of Laguna has confirmed a total of 29 positive COVID-19 cases within the Pueblo boundaries.
Kewa Pueblo is seeing progress in the fight against COVID-19, according to data shared by the New Mexico tribe’s health corporation.
To date, the Pueblo of Laguna Emergency Operations Center has confirmed a total of 27 positive COVID-19 cases within the Pueblo boundaries.
The Pueblo of Zuni confirmed four additional deaths from COVID-19 among its citizens in New Mexico, bringing the total to 17 since the start of the pandemic.
Six additional positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed within the Pueblo of Laguna, bringing the total number to 25 on the reservation in New Mexico.
Ohkay Owingeh confirmed a second case of COVID-19 among its citizens, Governor Ron Lovato said in a July 2, 2020, update.
The Emergency Operations Center has identified two additional positive cases of COVID-19 within the Pueblo of Laguna, bringing the total to 19 confirmed cases.
The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has identified four additional cases of COVID-19 within the Pueblo of Laguna.
Please join revolutionary multi-media artist Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti Pueblo) for a virtual talk with the Montclair Art Museum.