MISSION– The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation has actually seen an increase in COVID-19 cases amongst children, triggering authorities to set up more vaccination centers and cancel events.The Tribes reported on Wednesday that 14 individuals had tested positive for COVID-19 on the reservation over the previous two weeks, The East Oregonian reported.Tribal officials said the outbreak came after 6 weeks without one case reported among tribal members and patients eligible for care at Yellowhawk Tribal Health. Wildhorse Resort & & Casino revealed Thursday that the annual Wildhorse Pow Wow set for early July would be canceled for the second year because of rising cases and danger of regional spread with people coming from around the country.The new cases brought overall active COVID-19 cases on the reservation to 17, making it one of the sharpest upticks reported on the appointment since 19 cases were reported in a week in December, according to data on the Tribes website.Yellowhawk officials attempting to trace the break out have actually been satisfied with hesitation from homeowners, authorities said.Since the pandemic began, tribal health authorities have reported 271 COVID-19 cases, 13 hospitalizations and one death, officials said.
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