Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez leads off the latest update on COVID-19 vaccinations, restrictions, lock-downs, and more, in this January 19, 2021 Facebook forum.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Brian Egolf (D-Santa Fe), Majority Floor Leader, Rep. Sheryl Williams Stapleton (D-Albuquerque), and Majority Whip, Rep. Doreen Y. Gallegos (D-Las Cruces) provide a preview of Democratic House priorities for the 2021 Legislative Session. This conference was recording January 14, 2021 over Zoom.
On this week's Friday Forum, we feature the latest New Mexico Department of Health press conference on the Covid-19 vaccine distribution. This conference, recorded on January 11, 2021, features NM DOH secretary Dr. Tracie Collins and New Mexico press.
On this week's Friday Forum, we feature the latest New Mexico Department of Health press conference on the Covid-19 vaccine distribution. This conference, recorded on January 6, 2021, features NM DOH secretary Dr. Tracie Collins and New Mexico press.
Navajo leaders and activists discuss the COVID-19 vaccine in this panel forum. We hear both a western and traditional medicine perspective as well as from a youth activist. They discuss concerns in the Navajo Nation community.
- Laurelle Sheppard (Moderator, public health professional with Johns Hopkins CAIH)
- Dr. Lance Whitehair (Physician, Shiprock IHS)
- Anson Etsitty Sr. (Traditional Healer from Diné Hataałii Association)
- Allie Young (youth activist and Director of Protect the Sacred)
KGLP speaks with New Mexico's Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales on the latest State Health Order in response to Covid-19. This order will be in effect from November 16, 2020 to November 30, 2020. We discuss how this order impacts businesses, holiday plans and the escalating case load which is threatening hospital response.
KGLP speaks with Dr. Laura Hammitt and Wanda Lefebvre, two researchers from the John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health. They are currently doing research for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial, with participants from the Navajo Nation and White Mountain Apache Tribe. Dr. Laura Hammitt answers questions in English, and Wanda Lefebvre in Navajo.