As of Tuesday, October 20, 2020, there are 48 active cases of Covid-19 on the Cheyenne River Reservation at
Level 4 of the Covid-19 Response Plan

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As of 10/20/2020, we have added statistics for seven-day positivity(14.8%) and seven day average of active cases (60.9) on the Cheyenne River Reservation. 7-day positivity is the percent of tests that were positive in the last 7 days.

What is a hot spot and why avoid it?

Individuals who travel to hotspots are at greater risk of getting COVID-19. Residents are recommended to only travel for essential reasons and quarantine for 10 days upon their return. Contact the Covid-19 Hotline: 605-964-0563 for more information. Counties in blue on this map have been designated as hot spots by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. A hotspot is a county with a 7-day positivity rate greater than 5%. 7-day positivity is the percent of tests that were positive in the last 7 days. Data from the Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center.
Travel from hotspots off the reservation by non-residents will be turned around at checkpoints unless you have an essential reason to travel on the Reservation.

This page is set up to inform reservation residents of the actions of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe regarding the tribe’s response to the COVID-19 spread.

o Medical Hotline at CRST Tribal Health at (605) 964-0563.
This line will be in service 24/7 until further notice, please reach out with any health questions.

o Emergency Command Center number (605) 964-3637

o Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crstcovid19updates

o Incoming Out of State non-commercial travel is non-essential and will be turned around at checkpoints.

o Task Force Deputy applications are done over the telephone at (605) 964-6444,
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South Dakota Covid-19 Cases by County – Source SD DOH, https://doh.sd.gov/news/coronavirus.aspx

Community Spread?
Community spread means people have been infected with the virus in an area, including some who are not sure how or where they became infected. (Source CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html)