This chapter, written during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, asks questions about what it means to be a Critical Indigenous Studies scholar in such a time. The chapter, told through stories and commentaries, reframes the pandemic in terms of Indigenous experiences and engages in the continuing inequities and erasures of Indigenous peoples during the pandemic. The chapter addresses the multiple ways on which many Indigenous scholars are monitoring, witnessing and revealing Indigenous experiences during the pandemic while simultaneously having to teach on-line and manage personal and community responsibilities.