Governments created an informational black hole for Indigenous communities and COVID-19

Posted on AllSides July 25th, 2021
From The Center
ANALYSIS

We may never know how many American Indians or Alaska Natives died of COVID-19. The Indian Health Service, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is not keeping track. The Centers for Disease Control cannot tell us. And some state health authorities will not disclose that data, despite multiple public records requests, even though it would shed light on the pandemic’s death toll in Indian Country.

Earlier this year, the Indigenous Investigative Collective, a network of reporters from multiple outlets working collaboratively to investigate stories in Indigenous...

Read full story

Poynter

AllSides Media Bias Rating: Center
AllSides Media Bias Rating: Center
106723/84326
See full bias rating for Poynter
Learn about media bias
https://www.poynter.org/commentary/2021/governments-created-an-informational-black-hole-for-indigenous-communities-and-covid-19/

More News about Life During COVID-19 from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right