Travel, Coronavirus and You

Yeego Travel pledges to you that we will utilize the best sources of information to help you stay safe during this outbreak of the coronavirus. Our sources will only come from government, medical, and trusted epidemiology sources. We will only use proven science and medical based sources or information for any travel advice.

Read more about travel and the Coronavirus pandemic.

Public Health Departments Across the United States: Don't Forget About Rodents And Vermin

We have COVID-19 now. We don't want any other illnesses from rodent and rat infestations in our cities. It took Europe 100 years to control the Black Death. Not to mention the Hantavirus in the 20th Century. Follow this link for more information. 

CARES Act Funding Deadline For Tribal Nations Is April 17

The deadline for tribal governments to submit information to the U.S. Department of the Treasury for the CARES Act funding is Friday, April 17. On April 13, Treasury opened a web portal for tribal, State, and local governments to receive payments to help offset the costs of their response to the coronavirus pandemic.

IRS Special Form for Non-Filers Now Available

For those who don't usually file a tax return, the IRS has a special form you can fill out online for economic relief payment due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

New COVID-19 Resource Guide From USDA

The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued today its COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide. Some federal programs can be used to provide immediate and long-term assistance to rural communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The programs support recovery efforts for rural residents, businesses, and communities. 

Easter Message from Yeego Travel

To all who celebrate Easter, we wish you a safe Sunday.

Thank You Medics

We at Yeego Travel thank all public safety people.

Coronavirus, Scams, and Fraud: How To Protect Yourself

Don't respond to suspicious emails and telephone calls from people promising you loans and grants. This can include anyone requesting information from you on your finances and login information. The U.S. Department of Justice provides guidance on what to look out for during this pandemic

Coronavirus, Pets, and Livestock

There is good information here and dispels a lot of myths that you may have read or heard of from people online. Our veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital provided this for us. The source of the information is from the following: 

Support Native American Communities During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Native American Philanthropy is a conduit for you to help our forgotten Native communities during this pandemic. Here is their website. I would also suggest that you look at their board of directors because they are representatives of our needs. Native American communities across the United States are the last group to be thought of during this pandemic. Your financial support will help Native American communities across the country during this time of need. 

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