Menominee Indian Tribe implements curfew, closes government offices for two weeks


MENOMINEE INDIAN RESERVATION, Wis. (WFRV) – The Menominee Indian Reservation will have a curfew starting Wednesday, July 29, and running through August 31.

The curfew comes as part of the Menominee Indian Tribe’s proactive steps to address the spread of the coronavirus in the community. The Menominee Indian Tribe is also temporarily closing its tribal government offices and facilities for two weeks.

The Tribe says the number of positive COVID-19 cases on the Menominee Indian Reservation have nearly doubled within a week’s time. The Menominee Indian Reservation, which shares boundaries with Menominee County, has 17 positive cases with eight being active as of Monday, July 27.


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