COVID-19 UPDATES

The health and safety of Chickasaws, employees and patrons is our main priority. As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, spreads globally and cases rise in the U.S., some Chickasaw Nation events, classes, facilities, etc., will be postponed, closed or canceled out of an abundance of caution. 

For more information regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation, please visit our information pages below. We will continue to update these pages regularly as the situation progresses. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

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We are united in our efforts to keep Chickasaws, others healthy

We are all keenly aware the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is highly contagious and dangerous.

Artesian Arts Festival canceled

The 2020 Artesian Arts Festival, set for May 23 in Sulphur, has been canceled.

Important to respond to U.S. Census

Virtually every household in the U.S. will, by April 1, receive an invitation to participate in the U.S. Census 2020.

Packed Promise delivers excellent nutrition directly to children’s homes

Good nutrition and children are top priorities at the Chickasaw Nation.

Tribe temporarily closes most businesses; health facilities open

The Chickasaw Nation has shuttered facilities and issued directives regarding the spread of the virus that causes coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19.

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Monday, April 06, 2020
Anoli' Creative Writing Contest winners announced
Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities announced the 2020 Anoli' Creative Writing Contest winners, anoli' being a Chickasaw word meaning “to tell.”
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
Dr. Emrich offers tips on dealing with COVID-19 related stress
Dr. Paul Emrich, Chickasaw Nation Under Secretary of Mental Health Service, says the Chickasaw people have experienced trying times before and…
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Palmer and crew express Chickasaw history with public art in Ardmore
Dr. Bob Palmer, a retired art professor, and his crew of professional muralists depicted Chickasaw history with a five panel mural painted Feb…
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