Summary of Continuing Core Services for the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Membership During COVID-19
As of March 24, 2020
In response to the rapidly developing events surrounding COVID-19, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s Permanent Fund government will modify the programs and services to ensure the protection and safety of tribal members, tribal employees, and our community. The identified operations have been modified in accordance with the recommendations made by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) which includes guidelines for social distancing and restrictions on congregated groups no larger than 10 people, and at least 6 feet apart. Social distancing also includes limits on person-to-person contact, group meetings, and other social activities.
The non-essential functions have been identified and a comprehensive list of modified services and hours of operations are detailed below.
Please be advised this information is subject to change. Tribal staff will continue updating the document as modifications to tribal services and tribal business are necessary.