“Keep fighting and don’t let down,” Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said. “There is still a lot that is not known about COVID-19 so we have to keep our guard. To the men and women on the frontlines, we thank you for your dedication to save lives and treat so many of our people.”
The Navajo Nation has had 60 consecutive days with less than 100 reported daily cases of COVID-19.
Officials released the latest cases organized by service unit:
Chinle Service Unit: 2,303
Crownpoint Service Unit: 797
Ft. Defiance Service Unit: 753
Gallup Service Unit: 1,540
Kayenta Service Unit: 1,297
Shiprock Service Unit: 1,486
Tuba City Service Unit: 929
Winslow Service Unit: 454
4 residences are not specific enough to be placed in an accurate service unit
The Navajo Nation issued a “Safe at Home” public health order last week, rescinding the shelter-in-place order that has been in place for months. The daily curfew remains in effect from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
The reopening plan for the Nation can be found here.
For more information including reports, helpful prevention tips, and more resources, please visit the Navajo Department of Health’s COVID-19 website. To contact the main Navajo Health Command Operations Center, please call (928) 871-7014.