This page is intended to provide resources and information during this difficult time of the COVID-19 virus. Remember, the Phoenix Indian Center is open, and we are here for you! 

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Arizona Department of Health Service (AZDHS) if you do the three things below,  you will remain safe.

We’re doing our best to track new information daily. Please visit this page often for that information. 

You can call is at (602) 264-6768 or you can email us at info@phxindcenter.org.

To Keep You In the Know
Helpful Websites

Click here to find a vaccine. Beginning Wednesday, March 24, 2021, Arizonans age 16 and up can be vaccinated at state sites.

podvaccine.azdhs.gov – use this link to schedule vaccination appointments for yourself and relatives

1-844-542-8201: provides assistance to those without computer access or needing extra help registering for vaccination appointments

Center for Disease Control
Arizona Department of Health Services – provides the most recent recommendations
Updates on Arizona Tribes Response
Maricopa County Dept.of Public Health
AZ Governor Ducey Covid Updates/News Releases
Navajo Nation COVID-19: for updates or alerts, text “NavajoNation” to 888777 or register online at www.alertnnt.com
FEMA Coronavirus Rumor Control
Maricopa County Twitter

Are You Expriencing Any of the Following?
  • Coughing

  • Fever

  • Sore or scratchy throat

  • Runny or stuffed nose

  • Rash

  • Sneezing

  • If you are experiencing these symptoms, click the self-checker link to the right.

Do These 3 Things &

1. Wash your hands with soap and warm water for 20-30 seconds.
• Don’t know how long that is? Just sing the Alphabet song or Happy Birthday song twice.
• If you are unable to wash your hands immediately after touching a surface, use hand sanitizer with 60% or more alcohol.

2. Don’t touch your face

Having difficulty not touching your face? Yup, we are all in this boat! It is  suggested that you wear a mask or even tie a handkerchief over your face. This will help train you to not touch your face.

3.  Social Distancing

Don’t know what that is? It means to stay a minimum of 6ft. away from people at  all times. Do you wonder why 6ft. is the magic number? It is because it is said to be a safe distance so that should someone sneeze or cough, their droplets won’t reach you at 6ft.

If you are standing next to someone, both people should be able to stretch their arms out and not touch the person next to them.

It’s also recommended that you are never in a group of more than 10 people. Why 10 people or less? Normally the space that you may be in allows for everyone to be at least 6ft. apart. If not, you should be around less people in that space.

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