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COVID-19 Numbers Rise On The Navajo Nation, Flattening The Curve Starting

Positive cases of COVID-19 are now over 12-hundred on the Navajo Nation with 48 deaths, but there could be relief in sight. Health officials say there are 63 new cases for 1,206 positive cases as of Tuesday. Numbers have been adjusted for border towns, as they were previously being reported as Navajo Nation numbers. There are 328 cases in Navajo County, 240 cases in Apache County and 214 in Coconino County. There are over 400 cases in New Mexico alone. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said Monday “there does appear to be a flatting of the Navajo Nation curve.” He added “now is not the time to let up! Stay at home as much as possible.” A shelter-in-place is in effect, as well as an overnight curfew.


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