The purpose of the Tanana Chiefs Conference COVID-19 Response Project is to carry out public health emergency response activities in response to COVID-19, in Indian Health Service beneficiaries living in the Fairbanks North Star Borough and Indian Health Service beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries living in the 42 rural communities of the TCC region. TCC health services includes 16,797 patients. To stop COVID-19 transmission TCC will implement point-of-care testing data management and integration software solution that provides remote administration of all point-of-care testing activities across TCC?s health clinics -- Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center, its two sub-regional health clinics, and its 21 rural health clinics. This software will also enhance TCC efforts to manage patient care plans and social distancing monitoring to include potential family members that may be impacted as well as our tribal communities. It also impacts quick action logistics that include isolation lodging, patient village travel, etc. TCC will be better prepared across all TCC regions for quick action as required for all positive COVID-19 tests.Conduct early case identification; follow-up support to patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19; contact tracing; contact and warn exposed individuals; provide education, information and support to those who may have been exposed; and support those who may have been exposed to stay home and maintain social distance.Provide off-site clinical care to pregnant patients during frequent clinic visits.