The Warm Springs community COVID-19 Update today reports 0 (zero) new cases of COVID-19 from 41 tests conducted on Friday (04/02/21).
There are currently 3 active cases of COVID-19 on the Reservation with 9 close contacts receiving daily monitoring.
- 2132 primary doses, of COVID-19 vaccine, have been administered
- 1649 2nd (Booster) doses have been given
All 3 approved COVID-19 Vaccines are available in Warm Springs:
- Moderna – 2 doses – ages 18+
- Pfizer – 2 doses – ages 16+
- Johnson & Johnson – 1 dose – ages 18+
To schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at the Health and Wellness Center call 541-553-2131.
To be eligible for the vaccine in Warm Springs you must:
- Live in Warm Springs OR
- Work in Warm Springs OR
- Be Indian Health Service eligible
Symptoms for COVID-19 can include: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Chills, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat, loss of taste or smell. To talk with a medical professional – call the I.H.S. “COVID-19 Nurse Triage Hotline” at 541-553-5512. Outside of business hours you can call the Registered Nurse Health Advice Hotline at 1-866-470-2015.
HOSPITALIZATION & DEATHS
- 82 people have been hospitalized due to COVID-19
- 82 people have been discharged from the hospital
- 22 Warm Springs people have died from COVID-19
If you are concerned that you may have COVID-19 symptoms or you may have been exposed you can get tested at the Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center. Check in at the front gate and they will direct you where to go
- 9803 tests have been conducted at the Health & Wellness Center
- 809 Total Positive Cases in Warm Springs Since the Pandemic Began
- Last week (03/29/21-04/02/21) the testing positivity rate for Warm Springs was1.29%
- The testing positivity rate for the week prior was 0.00%
The Health & Wellness Center does want to continue to do as much testing as possible. Anyone interested in a test can get one. It might be a good idea if you traveled over spring break, just to be sure all is well.
Even with folks getting vaccinated for COVID-19 we all still need to wear a face mask in public spaces, maintain 6 feet of social distance from others and avoid gatherings with anyone who does not live with you.
For up to date information about the Covid-19 Pandemic visit: