President Pagels gives an update on upcoming testing, vaccination availability, and registration for today’s virtual meeting about the Court of Appeals decision on the gaming compact arbitration.
President Pagels speaks on a decrease in identified positive cases, ongoing Bluestone testing in March including a pop up test in Allegany this Saturday, an update on Cattaraugus broadband, and registration for a virtual informational meeting about the US Court of Appeals decision on the gaming compact arbitration.
President Pagels gives an update on vaccination efforts, testing, trash collection, and virtual special Council, while noting that the United States Court of Appeals has issued its ruling regarding the long-standing Compact disagreement with New York State.
President Pagels provides important updates about COVID testing events, as well as vaccine distribution and banking issues due to the Texas storm. He announces the upcoming AOA Blizzard Box distribution for Elders, virtual Special Council registration instructions, and the deadline for board, committee, and commission membership applications. He closes with an acknowledgement of the valuable educational work Bill Crouse has been doing recently with the Salamanca City School District.
President Pagels offers thanks to all the frontline workers and first responders, cites a decrease in positive cases, and announces a vaccination clinic being offered by Cattaraugus County taking place this week at the Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino. He also notes that the Seneca Nation Housing Authority has received a grant for rental assistance for tenants, the Irving Bingo Hall has reopened, and SGC will be hosting a job fair next week. *Be advised the location for COVID testing in Allegany has been changed from the DPW building to the Fire Hall.
President Pagels gives updates on the latest COVID-19 statistics, testing, and access to vaccination. He also shares information about how to register for upcoming virtual Council sessions and the automated urgent messaging system, as well as applying for open positions on various Nation boards, committees, and commissions. He closes with noting that Councilor Tina Abrams has been invited to give the invocation for National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) State of Indian Nations address.
President Pagels offers condolences on the passing of 4 community members, while also providing information on an increase in positive cases, two additional pop-up testing events, and vaccination efforts. He concludes with an update about trash collection on territory and the upcoming virtual regular Council session for February.
President Pagels speaks on the latest testing statistics, including a distribution break down, as well as offering a vaccination distribution and ongoing community testing events update.
President Pagels gives an update on a slight increase in positive cases of COVID-19, SNHS receiving another batch of vaccine doses, as well as upcoming community testing events, annual registration deadline extension, vaccine information sessions, and the virtual meeting for February’s regular Council session.
Hear from our own Native healthcare providers and first responders as they answer questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.