Current cases in Humboldt County

  • Total confirmed positive cases: 52 (+0 since last report)
  • Total Recovered cases: 50 (+3 since last report)
  • Total tests conducted: 1,753 (+48 since last report)
  • Percentage of tests returned positive: 2.96%

These case numbers were retrieved from the Humboldt County website.
Current cases at K’ima:w Medical Center 

  • Total tests conducted: 38 (+2 since the last report)
  • Total confirmed positive cases: 1 (+0 since last report)
  • Percentage of tests returned positive: 2.63%

K’ima:w Medical Center now has the ability to conduct rapid testing for COVID-19 and will have results in less than 15 minutes. That being said, testing supplies are limited. If you believe you need to be tested then please call (530) 625-4261 extension 0218.

COVID-19 Response Team Update

  • Current operation level: 2
  • Stay-at-Home order is active in Hoopa, CA due to COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Curfew is currently in effect from 8 PM to 4 AM every day.
      • Depending on the day to day situation of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we will adjust the curfew and operation times of the store and gas station within Hoopa, CA
  • We published a safety webpage on the Hoopa OES website. Please visit the website for resources and information on helping protect yourself from COVID-19.
  • We have ordered 5 test devices called Relay Pro that will assist in communication with Elders. It is a device that has a single button and allows a direct line with our dispatch. We plan to get more pending the test results as the unit only uses AT&T.
  • Limiting access to local residents only in Hoopa, CA.
  • Status of Tribal Roads:
    • We are adding signs on all tribal roads stating, “Health Crisis, Local Traffic Only”
    • Hard road closures: K-Rails or gate have been placed on the following roads:
      • Hopkins C on Mill Creek, Pine Creek below Burnt Ranch Prairies, and Deer Horn road just past McCovey Prairie
    • Restricted to Emergency Travel Only on:
      • Bair Road and Dowd Road

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Elders Information

Hoopa Grocery Store

  • Delivery available Monday through Friday to ALL COMMUNITY ELDERS (ages 65 and over) for groceries.
    • Please call the Hoopa Grocery Store at (530) 625-1013
    • Orders placed before 3 PM will have same-day delivery if supplies are in stock.
    • Orders must be over $20, through cash or check only.
  • Preferred elder’s shopping hours are 6 AM – 8 AM.


  • A free 1/2 cord of firewood can be ordered for community elders (ages 65 and over)
    • Please call (530) 625-8100

Community Updates

Hoopa Grocery Store 

  • Open from 6 AM to 7 PM
  • They have assigned an employee dedicated to sanitizing the store full time
  • Limit to 1 package of toilet paper, 1 case of water, and 1 hand sanitizer per customer.
  • Occupancy is limited to 10 shoppers in the store. 
    • After 2 people exit the store, they will allow 2 people in.

Hoopa Mini Mart

  • Open, without limited hours, from 7 AM to 7 PM
  • Implemented a $5 minimum purchase
  • Occupancy is limited to 3 people
  • Gas is pumped by the staff, and the preferred payment method is debit/credit card.

Coast Central Credit Union

  • Hours have changed to 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Hoopa Valley PUD

  • The Hoopa Valley PUD District Office is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 AM to 12 PM
  • The Transfer Station is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on Friday through Tuesday.
  • If there is a water-related emergency after hours, please call the Hoopa Valley Tribal Police at (530) 625-4202
  • For additional information on Hoopa PUD hours, please call (530) 625-4930


  • If you need to purchase firewood, please call (530) 625-8100.

K’ima:w Medical Center

  • Requests that you call in before you visit at (530) 625-4261 so that they can prepare for your visit properly.
  • The K’ima:w Medical Center Pharmacy has changed its closing time to 5 PM.

Hoopa Fire Department

  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, burn permits will not be issued. 
    • Please continue to use 2019 Burn permits.

Humboldt County

  • The County has recently limited the types of services in operation, and the list can be found on the Hoopa OES website.
  • The County is also requiring people to wear facial coverings in specific settings, effective on Friday, April 24th, 2020.
    • This County Health Order states people must wear a facial covering before they enter:
      • Any indoor facility except for their own residence
      • Any enclosed space
      • Any outdoor space where individuals are unable to maintain at all times a distance of six feet from others.