The virus that causes COVID-19 has had a particularly high impact on the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona. Residents are widespread on the rural reservation, some lack access to running water, or are more than an hour’s drive from the nearest store selling food and cleaning supplies. The nation also lacked personal protective equipment for health care workers. Several University of Arizona Health Sciences teams sought to ease the burden by collecting and delivering medical and sanitizing supplies and food. The University of Arizona, in partnership with the state, continues to conduct antibody testing in northern Arizona, aiming to test all health care workers and first responders in the state.