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|American Indian Reservations and COVID-19: Correlates of Early Infection Rates in the Pandemic|
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, Vol. 26, No. 4, July/August 2020, pp. 371-377.
Study looked at household characteristics most closely associated with variations in incidence in 287 reservations and tribal homelands which had a total of 861 cases. Found that lack of complete indoor plumbing and access to potable water could be an important determinant, as well as relevant information communicated in the language spoken by most tribal members, but that household overcrowding did not appear to be associated with spread of the disease.