Chairman Frazier Daily Briefing
Sunday, November 15, 2020
Currently at Level 5
New Case Count
894 total positive cases, 267 active, 615 recoveries, 12 deaths. 7-day average of active cases is 260.7, 7-day positivity rate is 26.2%, 7-day average of new cases is 26.1 per day.
Twenty-eight patients hospitalized for COVID-19, 10 at IHS in Eagle Butte, 18 in referred sites. Two of the 18 are in ICU. Two are in North Dakota and 16 are in South Dakota.
Cheyenne River Tribal Case Count
|30-39 years||173 +2|
|40-49 years||123 +1|
|60-69 years||75 +1|
|70-79 years||27 +1|
|80 years and up||12|
|7-day average active cases||260.7|
|7-day positivity rate||26.2%|
|7-day average of new cases per day||26.1|
|Location||Number of Cases|
13,908 active *
23 new deaths
|SD Native American Cases||
|Oglala/Pine Ridge||1,623 total|
1 new death
10 new deaths
Medical Hotline Number 24×7 605/964-0563
Behavioral Health Hotline 605/964-1545
Command Center 605/964-3637
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A caller asked if the Chairman cannot institute a lock down can he do an Executive Order for an emergency shut down of Eagle Butte only and maybe appoint guards to now let people out for seven days. The Chairman responded that the team is planning and hopes to have more information to share on Monday.
A caller asked if people can still work if a lockdown is in effect? The Chairman replied there will be essential workers to do deliveries, run errands, deliver groceries, repairs, etc. He will recommend that other people work from home.
A caller gave a shout out to the Chairman. Be strong and hang in there, we are behind you!