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From the Hopi Foundation: #GivingTuesday is a global movement of people and organizations transforming their communities through generosity.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity taking place on May 5, 2020, in response to unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.

The impact of this pandemic in our Hopi communities is worsened for many people who may not have access to running water, electricity, internet, or transportation. Please help us make sure these people have what they need.
hopifoundation.org/hopi-emergency-assistance
#HopiGives #GiveNow#GivingTuesday is a global movement of people and organizations transforming their communities through generosity. #GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity taking place on May 5, 2020, in response to unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. The impact of this pandemic in our Hopi communities is worsened for many people who may not have access to running water, electricity, internet, or transportation. Please help us make sure these people have what they need. hopifoundation.org/hopi-emergency-assistance #HopiGives #GiveNow
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From the Hopi Foundation: #GivingTuesday is a global movement of people and organizations transforming their communities through generosity.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity taking place on May 5, 2020, in response to unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.

The impact of this pandemic in our Hopi communities is worsened for many people who may not have access to running water, electricity, internet, or transportation. Please help us make sure these people have what they need.
hopifoundation.org/hopi-emergency-assistance
#HopiGives #GiveNow

CDC Guidance for Large or Extended Families Living in the Same HouseholdNEW information from the CDC for Large or Extended Families Living in the Same Household. ... See MoreSee Less

This is a useful video tutorial for creating your own face mask. The tutorial includes the ability to add a pocket for a filter. **This does not offer the same level of protection as an N-95 mask, but can reduce the risk of transmission in the absence of an N-95 mask.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t_Gz3lGwF8&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1wbrkJLWX4qKaOaEsW0RO1i6gf_SAd5Nb...Best Fitting Face Mask - Designed for simple sewing, less fabric and form fitting for more head shapes. Make this mask for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) protection ...
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This Virtual Town Hall is taking place Friday, April 24th from 10:30am-12pm. It is hosted by Health Choice Arizona.TUNE IN VIA ZOOM. There is a Q&A segment under their objectives. Educate yourselves as we face uncertainty and have questions. Repost from H. Figueroa: Join in on the Hopi Covid19 Virtual Town Hall. See you there. ... See MoreSee Less

This Virtual Town Hall is taking place Friday, April 24th from 10:30am-12pm. It is hosted by Health Choice Arizona.

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From KUYI Hopi Public Radio:

"As of 1:20pm today Mon 4/20 Indian Health Service reported the following COVID-19 test results: in total, 111 patients have been tested for coronavirus at Hopi Health Care Center: 27 positive, 72 negative & 12 results pending. 5 tests were conducted at HHCC today. This is all the information sent to the Hopi Tribe by IHS: no identifying or other demographic details have been released & officials discourage sharing unconfirmed patient data via social media or rumour. At this time it is unknown if the 2 positive individuals reported by FMCV were tested at HHCC or elsewhere."As of 1:20pm today Mon 4/20 Indian Health Service reported the following COVID-19 test results: in total, 111 patients have been tested for coronavirus at Hopi Health Care Center: 27 positive, 72 negative & 12 results pending. 5 tests were conducted at HHCC today. This is all the information sent to the Hopi Tribe by IHS: no identifying or other demographic details have been released & officials discourage sharing unconfirmed patient data via social media or rumour. At this time it is unknown if the 2 positive individuals reported by FMCV were tested at HHCC or elsewhere...
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From KUYI Hopi Public Radio: 

As of 1:20pm today Mon 4/20 Indian Health Service reported the following COVID-19 test results: in total, 111 patients have been tested for coronavirus at Hopi Health Care Center: 27 positive, 72 negative & 12 results pending. 5 tests were conducted at HHCC today. This is all the information sent to the Hopi Tribe by IHS: no identifying or other demographic details have been released & officials discourage sharing unconfirmed patient data via social media or rumour. At this time it is unknown if the 2 positive individuals reported by FMCV were tested at HHCC or elsewhere.

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KUYI Hopi Public RadioIndian Health Service reported the following Hopi Health Care Center testing results as of Monday April 13: 66 patients have been tested @ HHCC for coronavirus: Out of those 66 tests: 15 positive, 40 negative & 10 results are pending. 8 tests were conducted on Mon 4/13 & one test was canceled.This is all the information that has been sent to the Hopi Tribe by IHS; no identifying or other demographic details have been released ... See MoreSee Less

Some self-care tips to share during this time. ... See MoreSee Less

Some self-care tips to share during this time.

This is a helpful Public Service Announcement on Safe Grocery Shopping by Dr. VanWingen of Grand Rapids, MI

www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjDuwc9KBps&fbclid=IwAR0z8mRuz0QqjHqMt5r9hx2LmiiHkOOxln7mE_ntFnv7QMYc6GRm...PSA Safe Grocery Shopping in COVID-19 Pandemic – UPDATED!!! IMPORTANT EDIT FROM NIH DATA: COVID-19 LIVES ON CARDBOARD FOR 1 DAY. SEE SOURCES BELOW. This is t...
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Live Webinar from Indigenous Environmental Network with Linda Black Elk, Ethnobotanist, Professor, United Tribes Technical College, Stacey Bohlen, CEO of National Indian Health Board in Washington DC, Nicole Redvers Assistant Professor, Dept Of Family and Community Medicine, UND

Indigenous Environmental Network
LIVE: Indian Country & COVID-19 Our first webinar in a series of conversations about COVID-19 and how Indian Country is dealing with the global pandemic. Tonight our host Dallas Goldtooth will be talking with: -Linda Black Elk, Ethnobotanist, United Indian Tribes Technical College. -Stacy Bohlen, CEO National Indian Health Board -Nicole Redvers, ND, MPHc, UND INMED
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American Indian College Fund Think Indian Grant Application deadline extended to March 20th.The American Indian College Fund has extended our Think Indian Grant application to MARCH 20, and added even more opportunities to better support the Native institutions and student we serve! Learn more and apply at https://bit.ly/39SrH6h. #ThinkIndian #NativeAmerican #College #Students #Awareness #Representation ... See MoreSee Less

American Indian College Fund Think Indian Grant Application deadline extended to March 20th.

Indigenous Rising MediaJoin us TODAY (3.19 / 630PM CST) on Indigenous Rising Media’s Facebook for a live webinar on Indian Country & COVID-19. This webinar will be the first in a series of conversations about COVID-19 and Indian Country hosted by Dallas Goldtooth. Our first webinar will feature: -Linda Black Elk, Ethnobotanist, United Indian Tribes Technical College. -Stacy Bohlen, CEO National Indian Health Board -Nicole Redvers, ND, MPHc, UND INMED ... See MoreSee Less

This video explains the math behind what makes pandemics like COVID-19 spread like wildfire and how significant measures early on could make all the difference. It has a great illustration of exponential growth for kids (and adults)!

It's Okay To Be Smart
This video explains the math behind what makes pandemics like COVID-19 spread like wildfire, and how significant measures in the early days–before most of us know anyone who's sick–could make all the difference. Remember: When it comes to an outbreak, everything is fine until it ISN'T fine. Stay calm, stay cautious, and listen to doctors and scientists.
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