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Public Information Officer James McNeely notes the Blackfeet Reservation has stayed between around 30 and 50 active COVID-19 cases for some time now.

The Blackfeet Care Center’s doors are currently closed to the public, McNeely said, as one new employee tested positive for COVID-19.

The Tribal Business Council began its new Fiscal Year on Oct. 1 and has announced the projects identified through a survey conducted earlier should begin shortly. The people’s overwhelming choice, McNeely said, is a wellness center. 

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