COVID-19 in Indian Country
The Northern Arapaho Business Council regrets to announce the passing of 3 Tribal Members to COVID-19.

The Northern Arapaho Tribe regrets to announce that one of its Members has passed due to COVID-19.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council mourns the passing of two Tribal Members due to COVID-19.

“Like many of our Arapaho brothers and sisters, this virus is now impacting my family,” Chairman Lee Spoonhunter said after testing positive for COVID-19.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council mourns the passing of another Tribal Member due to COVID-19.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council is pleased to make available additional financial aid for Members who require assistance due to COVID-19.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council offers its sincerest condolences to the loved ones of a Tribal Member who has passed due to COVID-19.

In response to local progress made in the fight against COVID-19, the Wind River Inter-Tribal Council has voted to modify its stay-at-home order.

The Northern Arapaho Tribe is deeply saddened that COVID-19 has touched our people once again.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council regrets to announce the passing of another one of our tribal Members due to COVID-19.

The Wind River Inter-Tribal Council has decided to keep its existing stay-at-home order temporarily in place due to coronavirus concerns and rising case counts in Wyoming.

The Northern Arapaho Business Council is pleased to announce the receipt of critical federal dollars to modernize critical water infrastructure and help combat the spread of COVID-19 on the Wind River Reservation.

The Northern Arapaho Tribe received $19 million from the CARES Act federal relief package. The funding will help maintain critical operations for tribal citizens.

The Billings Area Indian Health Service is announcing the expansion of specialty care services, allowing local providers to refer patients to see a specialist via a virtual clinic appointment.

A startling trend is emerging in Wyoming. The coronavirus is taking a heavy toll on the first Americans.

Governor Mark Gordon (R-Wyoming) issued a statement in connection with the COVID-19 deaths of four citizens from the Northern Arapaho Tribe.

Four Fremont County residents, all previously identified as laboratory-confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases, have died, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.

It is with great sadness that the Northern Arapaho Business Council announces the deaths of four Tribal members due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As cases of COVID-19 increase in Wyoming and pose a growing threat to tribal communities, a temporary stay-at-home order was enacted on the Wind River Reservation.

UntestedMontana and UntestedWyoming allow people who haven't been able to get tested for the coronavirus to submit information about their cases.