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Total number of coronavirus cases now 921


The total number of positive tests for the disease caused by the coronavirus, COVID-19, has reached 921 on the Navajo Nation as of Wednesday evening.

The Navajo Nation Department of Health, Navajo Area Indian Health Service and the Navajo Epidemiology Center also report 38 deaths.

They also report 3,239 negative tests.

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The positive cases are broken down in the following counties.

In Arizona, Navajo County has 288 cases; Apache, 121; and Coconino, 189.

In New Mexico, McKinley County has 170 cases; San Juan, 119; Cibola, 12; Socorro, 7; and Sandoval, 4.

In Utah, San Juan County has 11 cases.

The president’s office issued a news release that stated these numbers and also said the 57-hour curfew will be set for the remaining weekends in April.

The daily curfew remains in effect starting at 8 p.m. each evening and ending at 5 a.m. the following morning.


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