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Cherokee Nation Chief Says Robust Healthcare System, Quick Action Key to Controlling Virus Spread

Cherokee Nation Health Services
Cherokee Nation Health Services updates this COVID-19 dashboard daily.

While other Native American tribes have been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cherokee Nation has been able to control the spread of the virus among its citizens. Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin says a robust healthcare system, listening to experts, and quick action to implement measures such as a mask mandate have been key to the tribe's success.

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