The Navajo Nation has reached over 200 cases of COVID-19. Tribal health officials say there are now 214 cases of coronavirus on the reservation, which is 40 cases more than Tuesday. There are still just seven deaths. Of the 214 cases, 97 are in Navajo County, 49 in Coconino County and 22 in Apache County. The rest of the positive cases are in New Mexico and Utah. President Jonathan Nez are demanding more test kits and on-site laboratory testing be available on the Navajo Nation, which would increase testing and expedite the processing of results. A curfew is in effect on the Navajo Nation daily from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m.