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Last updated on March 15, 2022.  


NCAI COVID-19 Data - Situation Summaries                                         

These Research Policy Updates provides an overview of publicly available data and trends related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Indian Country. Data sources include CDC and IHS. 

NOTE: After March 15, 2022, the weekly NCAI COVID-19 Data Situation Summary will now only be posted on the NCAI Policy Research Center Publications page: https://www.ncai.org/policy-research-center/research-data/prc-publications


CDC data shows AI/ANs disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 but lack of data a serious public health challenge. View CDC press release here.

AI/AN COVID-19 State Data Disaggregation Review (August 28, 2020)


COVID-19 Vaccines

The CDC website has accurate and easy to understand information on the COVID-19 vaccines and should be considered your primary source for information. Social media and some news outlets may have incorrect information. 


Maps and Other State/County Resources for COVID-19 Cases and Deaths:

New York Times Coronavirus in the US - Latest Map and Case Counts

The New York Times updates maps daily on COVID-19 cases and deaths in the US and for states, with a section on states where cases are increasing, the same, or decreasing and a map with "hot spots."

Washington Post Coronavirus Maps

The Washington Post US map provides detail on COVID-19 cases and deaths for states and counties. The map allows you to view raw numbers vs. adjusted for population numbers, which is a more accurate way to compare trends among states and counties.

CNN 411 - Coronavirus Resource

You can type in your zip code to see local, county, and state information, including status of openings in states, and links to state websites. 

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center Map

This map has world and US national, state, and county data.  

CDC Cases in the US Map

This map provides COVID-19 case counts nationally and for states along with an interactive map.

NIHB Tribal Data Project

The National Indian Health Board  compiles publicly available from states and IHS in a collection of tables, graphs, and maps.

New York Times - See How All States are Reopening Map

This map shows reopening activities by state and shows COVID-19 case trends relative to the date of reopening.




Reopening during COVID-19 Pandemic


White House "Opening Up America" Guidelineshttps://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/


CDC Guidelines for Opening America Up Again:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/php/CDC-Activities-Initiatives-for-COVID-19-Response.pdf


NY Forward - New York State Plan for Reopening on a Regional Basis Using Data/Metrics
Website: https://forward.ny.gov/ 

PDF document - view here.



Turtle Talk
Covid 19 Resources for Indian Tribes

This webpage contains resources for tribal nations and is posting documents submitted by individual tribal nations such as emergency declarations, tribal orders, etc.


National Indian Health Board

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

This webpage contains information and resources from the National Indian Health Board.

*View NIHB COVID-19 Tribal Resource Center here.

National Congress of American Indians

Press Release - March 18, 2020

This news release calls for more attention to COVID-19 Impacts in Indian Country. Read about Indian Country priorites for the stimulus legislation under consideration in Congress here.

Click on the Administrative and Legislative tabs on NCAI's COVID-19 website for regular updates. Go to: http://www.ncai.org/Covid-19.


COVID-19 - A Frontline Guide for Local Decision-Makers


This webpage contains resources for local cities and communities in a dashboard format with concrete action steps to take to address the COVID-19 pandemic.


Apple COVID-19 Screening Tool

This website provides a tool to screen individuals and provide advice for what to do if you have symptoms.


When Work is Safer than Home: Supporting Workers Experiencing Domestic & Sexual Violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic

This website provides important resources for survivors, friends, family, and supervisors to ensure trauma-informed services and care during the COVID-19 pandemic. 



Videos now located on the COVID-19 Forums & Webinars tab here