Navajo Nation President Says COVID-19 Has Killed 103
On a per capita basis, the coronavirus has has hit the Navajo Nation harder than nearly any other place in the nation.
The Navajo Nation has more COVID-19 cases per capita than nearly any other place in the U.S. The tribe's president says of the more than 20,250 Navajo people tested for the coronavirus, 3,245 have tested positive.
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The president of the Navajo Nation, Jonathan Nez, said that out of the more than 20,250 Navajo people tested for the coronavirus, 3,245 have tested positive for COVID-19. "We have 103 deaths on the Navajo Nation," he said.