NIHB hosts All Tribes Call: CDC

Thursday, July 23, 2020
1 – 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) utilizes many approaches to provide COVID-19 support and services.  CDC is committed to supporting Indian Country in their efforts to address COVID-19 in their communities.  To enhance efforts to support COVID-19 efforts for Indian Country, the CDC, will participate in the upcoming National Indian Health Board (NIHB) call.  During this session, CDC officials wills hare what resources are available to support tribes in their local COVID-19 response; and how to access these resources.  Furthermore, in respect to tribal sovereignty and self-determination, CDC wants to hear from tribal leaders and other tribal stakeholders on how CDC can improve COVID-19 response efforts and assistance opportunities for you and your communities.  CDC would like to take this time to hear from tribal leaders and learn and understand the needs of tribes and their challenges in addressing COVID-19. | REGISTER HERE | Dial In:  833-928-2028 (no password required)


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