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The president of the Navajo Nation says additional deaths and COVID-19 cases reported on the tribe’s sprawling reservation indicate it’s still not safe for residents to go out in public.

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The president of the Navajo Nation is calling on elected officials in towns that border the reservation to work with the tribe to combat the coronavirus.

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An overflow coronavirus medical facility on the Navajo Nation is nearing completion.

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The Navajo Epidemiology Center says it’s seen a decrease in coronavirus cases in recent days, but infections on the reservation have not yet peaked.

Arizona emergency officials and a large Southwestern Coca-Cola bottler have teamed up to send 30,000 liters of water to the Navajo Nation amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

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