Official Resources and News for COVID-19.
The Fort Hall Business Council values the life, well being and healthiness of our Tribal members, our community members and our surrounding communities, and recently the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes declared a State of Emergency and has asked all residents to stay home.
Due to the high rate of spread of this disease, which does not discriminate between humans --it is important that we work collectively to reduce the spread and the risk of exposure to our community and follow CDC guidelines.
Stay At Home Order (Lifted)
The Stay at Home Order for the Fort Hall Reservation is intended to fight the community spread of the coronavirus and to keep our people healthy.
Order is effective from Thursday, March 26, 2020 to Friday, May 15th, 2020.
In addition, tribal government employees will have safety leave extended through May 15th, 2020.
The State of Idaho has already issued their orders to self-isolate and the Tribes seek to seamlessly protect our Tribal members and residents along with our neighbors.
Making Cloth Masks
Timeline of FHBC Responses to COVID-19
As the Chairman of the Fort Hall Business Council I will strive to regularly communicate with tribal members throughout this coronavirus crisis.
It is our intent, to work seamlessly with the State of Idaho and the counties, along with our federal trustees, to more effectively protect our people and to respond to this global pandemic which is at the borders of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.
Featured COVID-19 Videos.
Not-Tsoo Gah-nee Indian Health Center
Community Health Center