04192021 Srmt Covid 19 Update Dashboard
04192021 Srmt Covid 19 Update Dashboard

Tribe’s EOC Reports 8 New COVID-19 Cases: 17 Total Active

Apr 19, 2021

AKWESASNE — The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is reporting eight (8) new cases of COVID-19 today — making 17 total active cases under the Tribe’s jurisdiction. Four (4) community members were released from isolation and 18 family members and friends are in quarantine. We with them all a safe and complication-free recovery, but note that the 39 positive cases reported in the past 30 days stresses the need to remain vigilant and to get vaccinated.


Saint Regis Mohawk Health Services is holding a COVID-19 Test Collection Clinic tomorrow on Tuesday, April 20th at the former-IGA Building from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (or until test kits last). Akwesasne residents and employees can also schedule a test by contacting Mountain Medical Urgent Care in Malone at (518) 521-3322 or Mountain Medical Urgent Care in Massena at (315) 705-0700.

Health Services is asking individuals who are returning to Akwesasne from beyond the Tribe’s 300-mile radius or haven’t been compliant with safety protocols to please get tested. Individuals who had a suspected exposure to a positive case should also get tested no sooner than seven (7) days after exposure.

The PCR tests are free however, requests to receive a Rapid Test from our mass test providers is at the individual’s expense. Please keep in mind that individuals who are awaiting test results cannot receive the COVID-19 Vaccine. To check test results, please call Health Services at (518) 333-0230.


Saint Regis Mohawk Health Services is holding an open COVID-19 Walk-in Vaccine Clinic on Thursday, April 22nd at the former-IGA Building for individuals 18-years old or older who are interested in receiving the Moderna Vaccine. For individuals 16 and 17-years old, please contact Health Services for information on receiving the Pfizer Vaccine by calling (518) 333-0230.

Please get vaccinated when you have the opportunity to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine. Getting vaccinated protects yourself, your family, your friends, and the community. In addition, the sooner that the majority of community members are vaccinated, the sooner we can return to our normal activities. We need everyone to do their part and get vaccinated to help us build community immunity.

If you have a non-emergency matter, please call the Emergency Operations Center at (518) 320-0019; Monday-Friday, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.