The Navajo Nation is under another weekend curfew as the Native American community battles the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Navajo Nation has extended its weekend lockdowns preventing people from leaving their homes, except in emergencies, on the vast expanse of land that has been harder hit by the coronavirus than any other Native American reservation in the U.S.
Officials with the Navajo Nation say they are looking at curfews similar to a 57-hour weekend curfew that was instituted recently in order to stop the spread of COVID-19 within their territory.
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