04122021 Srmt Covid 19 Update Dashboard
04122021 Srmt Covid 19 Update Dashboard

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

Apr 12, 2021

AKWESASNE — The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is reporting four (4) new cases of COVID-19 today — making eight (8) total active cases under the Tribe’s jurisdiction. Three (3) community members were released from isolation, but six (6) family members and friends remain in quarantine. We wish them a safe and complication-free recovery


Saint Regis Mohawk Health Services is holding COVID-19 Walk-in Vaccine Clinics every Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Noon), or until supplies last, at the former-IGA Building located at 850 State Route 37 in Akwesasne, NY. The walk-in vaccine clinics are open to all individuals 18-years or older who are interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine.

Individuals ages 16 and 17-years old are asked to schedule an appointment to receive the Pfizer vaccine by calling (518) 333-0230. Please leave your name, brief message, and a good telephone number for a health worker to contact you when more Pfizer doses become available.

Canadian residents with a social or economic connection to Akwesasne are eligible to receive a vaccination by appointment only. Canadian residents need to call Katrina Jacobs, Office of Emergency Management and Safety, at (518) 358-2272 extension 2210 for border crossing requirements.


Saint Regis Mohawk Health Services is holding a COVID-19 Test Collection Clinic 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 COVID-19 test by calling Mountain Medical Urgent Care in Malone at (518) 521-3322 or their Massena facility at (315) 705-0700.

The test collections from Health Services and Mountain Medical Services are Free PCR Tests however, requests to receive a Rapid Test are at the individual’s expense. Individuals should only get tested if they haven’t been compliant with safety protocols or no sooner than seven (7) days following a suspected exposure to a positive case. Keep in mind that those awaiting test results can’t receive a vaccination.