Contact: Louie Pitt, Jr. Director Government Affairs & Planning Email: If you live in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties or the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs If you lost a job or income due to COVID-19 If you have a compromised health status / elevated risk of infection / vulnerability preventing you from regaining financial stability as a result of COVID-19 Meanwhile, on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs reservation in Central Oregon, the 4,295 residents are in the midst of a water crisis, with about 60% lacking clean or running water. Please complete the following on-line application or drop off to: CTWS Administration Building. PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon's COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Committee (VAC) met for the first time today to discuss how critical workers and population … The tribe says more than 260 cases of COVID-19 … “Considering our large number of COVID-19 cases, everyone seems happy and excited for the potential of what Deb Haaland could do,” said Dustin Seyler, a Warm Springs tribal member. There were 5 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Warm Springs according to today’s (1/7/21) [...] 07 Jan. KWSO News for Thu., Jan. 7, 2021. “Considering our large number of COVID-19 cases, everyone seems happy and excited for the potential of what Deb Haaland could do,” said Dustin Seyler, a Warm Springs tribal member. Thousands of people are without safe tap water on the Warm Springs reservation, leading to concerns about hydration and sanitation just as cases of COVID-19 spike. Shirley Stayhi Heath, the wife of long-time Warm Springs Chief Delvis Heath Sr. and a Yakama tribal member, passed away on Thursday, according to a news release that said COVID-19 … The purpose of the program and this application is to provide emergency education-related assistance to Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Tribal Members that have been directly impacted due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. KWSO 91.9 FM is a non-commercial community radio station owned and operated by The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon. The group posted a … The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs in Oregon has reported 15 positive COVID-19 tests and four recoveries. Poor infrastructure is a problem on many reservations across the U.S., as recent national headlines have featured the challenges of the Navajo Nation, with its population of about 170,000 … The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs is the largest reservation in Oregon. The Warm Springs tribal government has had several shutdowns this year, and operations are currently at half capacity as of this writing. Warm Springs, OR — January 7, 2021. Central Oregon. The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon posted to Facebook Tuesday about a possible outbreak of COVID-19 in Celilo. The Confederated Tribes of Warms Springs is comprised of three Native American tribes: Warm Springs bands, Wasco and Paiute tribes.