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When COVID-19 hit the Cherokee Nation in 2020, the most vulnerable to the virus included fluent Cherokee speakers.
COVID-19 vaccinations are accelerating in Oklahoma as the state sees a rapid rise in cases from the Delta variant and students return to school and colleges.
Cherokee Nation officials said on Aug. 18 said they are following recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to administer an additional dose of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to fully vaccinated patients who are moderately to severely immunocompromised.
U.S. health experts are expected to recommend COVID-19 vaccine boosters for all Americans, regardless of age, eight months after they received their second dose of the shot.
For the past year, the Cherokee Nation’s health care workers, first responders and essential service providers for the health and well-being of our people have been taking heroic measures to treat and protect Cherokees during the global pandemic.
Betty FroggCherokee Immersion Charter School teacher Betty Frogg receives a COVID-19 vaccine when Cherokee Nation Health Services began vaccin…