Cases of COVID-19 went over the two-thousand mark on the Navajo Nation Thursday, with nine additional deaths. Health officials say with 164 new cases of coronavirus, total cases are now 2,141. With the nine additional deaths reports, it raises the total to 71. The total number of negative cases is up to 8,639 with 12,023 tests administered. Most of the positive cases are in McKinley County, New Mexico with 539. In Arizona, Apache County now has the most cases with 515, Navajo County has 502 and Coconino County has 283. Navajo Police said goodbye to one of their own Thursday as Officer Corrina Thinn past away from COVID-19. She is the first Navajo Police officer to die from the virus. The Navajo Nation will implement another weekend 57-hour curfew for the entire reservation starting Friday at 8 p.m. until Monday at 5 a.m.