Southern Ute Indian Tribe response to the novel coronavirus disease 2019

Pictured: Leonard C. Burch Tribal Administration Building, Southern Ute Indian Tribe.(Photo: Southern Ute Indian Tribe)

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Tribe established a Call Center for both medical and general questions related to COVID-19

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Southern Ute Indian Tribe

Tribal information has been detailed in a video that is now available on the Tribal Facebook. Identical information has been transcribed in three documents (letter addressed to the tribal membership, Q&A on COVID-19, and Q&A on Tribal Resources) and have been made available on the tribal websites (both the public website and the Tribal Member Portal), to KSUT Tribal Radio, and on the Tribe’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The Southern Ute Indian Tribe IMT has established a Call Center for both medical and general questions related to COVID-19. The Call Center went live Thursday, March 19, 2020, hours will be from 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., 7 days a week. In addition to fielding calls, the Call Center will be making proactive calls to Tribal Elders, the disabled, and high-risk tribal membership.

The Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council would also like to provide confidential financial information to the Tribal Membership to address concerns and respond to questions. This information will be available in the following ways: on the Tribal Member Portal and upon request. Requests for this information can be made to Tribal Council Communication Specialist, Ms. Lindsay J. Box at 970.563.2313 or via email at lbox@southernute-nsn.gov.

If you are a tribal member and concerned about your symptoms, please contact your primary care provider or call the Southern Ute Health Center at 970.563.4581 to speak with a health care professional.

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