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  • Although the COVID pandemic is causing multiple changes in our daily lives, we want to remind people to fill out the 2020 Census. The Census data has vast impacts on community funding, and we want to help ensure that the Census Bureau counts our communities.
    • The Census can be completed online at 2020census.gov, via phone by calling 844-330-2020 (for English Speakers), or via mail by completing a questionnaire.
  • Due to supply constraints, we will continue to allocate face masks to the community until Sunday, May 17th, 2020, after which community members will need to supply their own face masks.
  • Although Humboldt County businesses are proceeding to open, the Hoopa Valley Tribe will continue to assess the pandemic situation before reopening completely.
  • Coast Central Credit Union hours are changing to:
    • Monday – Thursday, from 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
    • Friday, from 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
  • The Hoopa PUD District Office is changing its hours to:
    • Monday – Friday, from 8 AM – 5 PM

UPDATED

  • TOTAL COVID-19 TESTS CONDUCTED
    • Humboldt County: 3,043 tests conducted (+172 additional since last report)
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 78 tests conducted (+2 additional since last report)
  • TOTAL COVID-19 TESTS PENDING
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 3 pending (+1 additional since last report)

IMPORTANT

  • TOTAL ACTIVE CASES
    • Humboldt County: 3 active cases (+0 additional since last report)
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 0 active case (+0 additional since last report)
  • Stay-at-Home order is active in Hoopa, CA due to COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Curfew is currently in effect from 10 PM to 4 AM every day
    • Face Coverings are required in areas where social distancing cannot be followed
    • More information about our active orders can be found on our website at HoopaOES.org
  • Humboldt County
    • The County has 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.