Name: Navajo Nation Agencies Display Field: AGENCY Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon Description: Navajo Nation BIA Boundaries. as health care experts urge residents not to travel during Labor Day weekend, Sep 03  Navajo Nation officials meet with Navajo farmers regarding concerns with hemp production, Sep 03  24 new cases, 7,113 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 03  Navajo Technical University opens Chinle Academic Facility, Sep 02  Navajo Nation joins lawsuit challenging the federal government’s illegal shortening of the 2020 Census, Sep 02  17 new cases, 7,108 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as Nation’s leaders caution against traveling during the Labor Day weekend, Sep 02  Nez-Lizer reaffirm Nation’s position that Impact Aid dollars should not be used to address the Yazzie/Martinez court decision mandates for students, Sep 01  32-hour partial weekend lockdowns and daily curfews to continue as Navajo Nation’s leaders urge public to prepare for the winter season, Sep 01  9 new cases, 7,102 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 01  Nez-Lizer seek support for $177 million expenditure plan provides immediate COVID-19 relief for Navajo families, students, elders, and others, Aug 31  20 new cases, 7,078 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Aug 31  Navajo Nation Business and Artisans Economic Relief Grant Program to begin accepting applications on September 7th, Aug 30  “Navajo Nation Census Month” proclaimed by Nation’s leaders, Aug 30  11 new cases, 7,057 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as 32-hour lockdown continues, Aug 29  Nine new cases, 7,054 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as 32-hour lockdown is set to begin, Aug 28  14 new cases, 7,032 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Aug 27  Four new cases, 7,027 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Aug 26  14 new cases, 7,018 recoveries, and four more deaths related to COVID-19, Aug 26  STATEMENT ON THE EXECUTION OF LEZMOND CHARLES MITCHELL, Aug 25  Six new cases, 7,347 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Aug 25  Navajo Nation Vice President Lizer speaks at the Republican National Convention, Aug 24  10 new cases, 7,063 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Aug 23  12 new cases, 7,061 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as the 32-hour weekend lockdown continues, Aug 22  14 new cases, 7,060 recoveries, and four new deaths related to COVID-19 as the 32-hour weekend lockdown begins, Aug 22  Nez-Lizer proposes $177 million in remaining CARES Act funding to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation’s 56-hour weekend lockdown begins, Oct 15  31 new cases, 7,360 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona report high case numbers, Oct 15  President Nez orders flags to be flown at half-staff in honor and memory of former Navajo Nation President Thomas Atcitty, Oct 14  40 new cases, 7,358 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico report large increases in new cases, Oct 14  Navajo Nation Council mourns former Navajo Nation President Thomas Atcitty, Oct 14  President Nez and Vice President Lizer offer condolences to the family of former Navajo Nation President Thomas Atcitty, Oct 13  Navajo Nation leaders express disappointment with U.S. Supreme Court ruling that ends the 2020 Census count, Oct 13  9 new cases, 7,352 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, public health experts recommend additional weekend lockdowns, Oct 13  Hardship Assistance program approved, Council to finalize criteria and application before Controller opens program to the public, Oct 12  Office of the Controller ready to administer Hardship Assistance Program, funds for Navajo Nation Chapters, Oct 12  NTUA connects 260 families to electric grid with CARES Act funds, water projects and telecommunications making progress, Oct 12  30 new cases, 7,343 recoveries, and six more deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 12  Pinedale community celebrates new NTUA Choice Wireless tower dedicated to improving cell phone and internet access for families, students, and first responders, Oct 11  20 new cases, 7,339 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as public health experts caution against family gatherings and travel, Oct 10  43 new cases, 7,335 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation sees 85 total new cases in two days, Oct 10  Savanna’s Act and Not Invisible Act signed into law to help address the missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis, Oct 09  42 new cases, 7,314 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as large increases in overall state numbers reported, Oct 09  Nez-Lizer Administration approves hardship relief funds for enrolled Navajo Nation members, chapter relief funds, and broadband initiatives, Oct 08  32 new cases, 7,312 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Oct 08  President Nez presents tribal priorities to presidential and vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, Oct 07  27 new cases, 7,301 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 07  Navajo Agricultural Products Industry continues to give back to Navajo communities and strengthen tribal sovereignty, Oct 06  17 new cases, 7,284 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Oct 06  Navajo Nation Council’s continuing budget resolution preserves employee positions as comprehensive budget is fixed, Oct 06  Navajo Nation Council receives updates on CARES business and artisan hardship program, $4.6 million granted through online portal, Oct 06  Arizona voter registration deadline extended to October 23, New Mexico registration deadline is October 6, Utah is October 23, Oct 05  Navajo Nation Council approves plan to accelerate CARES Fund relief and support through Chapter workforce and online portal, Oct 05  Navajo Nation Council receives update on CARES Expenditures, $50 million expended as of Oct. 5, Oct 05  11 new cases, 7,278 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 05  Navajo Nation clarifies the legal definition of “marijuana” and creates new civil forfeiture provisions for violators, Oct 04  19 new cases, 7,271 recoveries, and one recent death related to COVID-19, Oct 03  17 new cases, 7,266 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 02  34 new cases, 7,262 recoveries, and two recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 02  President Nez and Vice President Lizer offer condolences to the family of longtime Navajo Nation EMS Manager Henry Wallace, Oct 02  U.S. District Court clarifies previous rulings and orders the 2020 census count to continue through October, appeal pending in higher court, Oct 02  NEI Applications are no Longer Available for SY 2020-2021, Oct 02  2020 Census deadline extended, Council encourages Navajo People to continue responding, Oct 01  13 new cases, 7,262 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, online interactive dashboard updated to provide additional data, Oct 01  Navajo Nation welcomes top FEMA officials and Arizona Department of Emergency Management, Oct 01  Navajo Nation asks BLM and BIA to suspend Farmington Mancos-Gallup RMPA planning process to allow meaningful consultation, Oct 01  Missing & Murdered Diné Relatives to hold virtual forum to kick-off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Oct 01  Nation’s leaders issue Navajo Nation Breast Cancer Awareness Month proclamation, Oct 01  President Nez and Vice President Lizer proclaim “Navajo Nation Domestic Violence Awareness Month”, Sep 30  Audit issues and lack of due diligence cited in veto of resolution for the reauthorization of Sage Memorial Hospital, Inc. contract, Sep 30  22 new cases, 7,256 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Sep 29  Office of the Controller pleads to secure funding to manage the Coronavirus Relief Funds, budget previously line item vetoed, Sep 29  RETIRED NAVAJO NATION JUDGE MARILOU BEGAYE PASSES AWAY, Sep 29  20 new cases, 7,255 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 29  Navajo Nation Council approves up to $1,500 in coronavirus hardship assistance for enrolled Navajo tribal members, up to $500 for children, Sep 29  Public health experts recommend additional weekend lockdowns as COVID-19 cases continue to increase in many regions of the Navajo Nation, Sep 29  NTUA connects 223 families to electric grid and continues to make progress with water and wifi access projects with CARES Act funds, Sep 28  22 new cases, 7,253 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 28  Navajo Nation adopts short-term continuing resolution to ensure direct services and government operations through the end of 2020, Sep 27  18 new cases, 7,250 recoveries, and three more deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 27  Navajo Nation honors fallen warriors and military families with Navajo Nation Gold Star Families Day proclamation, Sep 26  32 new cases, 7,250 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Sep 25  26 new cases, 7,248 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as 57-hour weekend lockdown set to begin, Sep 25  U.S. District Court of Appeals rules in favor of federally-recognized tribes in CARES Act litigation, Sep 25  Health and medical experts urge Navajo Nation residents to remain vigilant as COVID-19 community outbreaks increase, Sep 25  Naabik’iyati’ Committee of the 24th Navajo Nation Council supports capping small loans at 36% interest rate in New Mexico, Sep 24  Navajo Nation Council observes passing of Kee Yazzie Mann, former delegate and presidential candidate, Sep 24  Navajo Nation awarded significant $434k US Department of the Interior contract to conduct Chaco Canyon cultural study, Sep 24  42 new cases, 7,242 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as cluster cases continue to increase, Sep 22  Navajo Nation re-issues Stay-At-Home Order and 57-hour weekend lockdown due to rising COVID-19 cases within and near the Navajo Nation, Sep 22  Navajo Nation applauds passage of Savanna’s and Not Invisible Acts to address the missing and murdered Indigenous peoples crisis, Sep 21  11 new cases, 7,232 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as Nation prepares to implement stricter measures as cluster cases reported, Sep 20  12 new cases, 7,232 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to Our mission is to provide comprehensive behavioral health services to native families. Purpose: To display polygon boundaries and arc lines of the 5 Agencies, 23 Grazing Districts, 110 Chapters, and other features included in this dataset. as New Mexico reports 3,675, Utah reports 3,968, and Arizona reports 4,123, Navajo Nation Council’s RECA lobbying efforts to continue into new Congress and the Biden-Harris Administration, 135 new cases, 8,011 recoveries, and eight more deaths related to COVID-19, 146 new cases, 8,011 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 as Department of Health identifies 55 communities with uncontrolled spread, 197 new cases, 7,986 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as three-week stay-at-home lockdown begins, 117 new cases, 7,926 recoveries, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 as three-week stay-at-home lockdown set to begin, 172 new cases, 7,926 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend curfew continues, Navajo Nation to implement more public health measures on Monday as health experts recommend online learning and advise against reopening casinos, 97 new cases, 7,910 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend curfew begins, 143 new cases, 7,902 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as states continue to report record-high new cases and hospitalizations, NTUA expands broadband access for students first responders, and residents using CARES Act funds, President Nez and Vice President Lizer issue proclamation in observance of “Navajo Nation Day of Prayer”, 98 new cases, 7,828 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Navajo Department of Health identifies 34 communities with uncontrolled spread of COVID-19, Navajo Nation Council recognizes Veterans Day across the nation, 79 new cases, 7,802 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Council Delegate Kee Allen Begay, Jr. advocates for collaboration with Senator-elect Mark Kelly on Navajo Nation and local priorities, 70 new cases, 7,795 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, 124 new cases, 7,641 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19, 158 new cases, 7,641 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as the 56-hour weekend curfew continues, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and First Lady Phefelia Nez congratulate Biden-Harris, Nov 06  90 new cases, 7,637 recoveries, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 as the 56-hour weekend curfew begins, Nov 06  Delegate Crotty testifies in support of cross-agency collaboration to address public safety, domestic violence and child abuse prevention, Nov 05  112 new cases, 7,627 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 as public health experts urge Navajo Nation residents to stay local, stay safe, Nov 05  Navajo Nation expresses condolences on passing of Chichiltah Chapter President and McKinley County Commissioner Tommy Nelson, Nov 05  “Invalid login” issue with online application portal being addressed, Nov 04  131 new cases, 7,613 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as new provisions issued with 56-hour weekend curfews, Nov 04  Navajo Department of Health issues a Health Advisory Notice for the uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 in certain communities, Nov 03  72 new cases, 7,605 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19, Nov 03  NTUA connects 335 families to electric grid with CARES Act funds, work crews continue to connect more homes, Nov 02  47 new cases, 7,568 recoveries, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 as Nation issues new public health order for election day, Nov 02  Navajo Nation Council recognizes former delegate Robert Billie Whitehorse and offer condolences on his passing, Nov 02  Online Portal for Navajo CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program attracts thousands of applicants on first day, Nov 02  Navajo Nation dedicates Little Singer Community School with Birdsprings community and Washington delegation, Nov 02  CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program application now available online, paper applications continue to be accepted, Nov 2  Navajo Nation dedicates Little Singer Community School with Birdsprings community and Washington delegation, Nov 01  73 new cases, 7,546 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Nov 01  President Nez and Vice President Lizer proclaim “Navajo Nation Adoption Awareness Month”, Oct 31  59 new cases, 7,542 recoveries, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend lockdown continues, Oct 30  90 new cases, 7,533 recoveries, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend lockdown is set to begin, Oct 30  Official rollout of Hardship Assistance Program begins Nov. 2, Oct 30  Public health experts offer Halloween safety tips as COVID-19 cases continue to surge on the Navajo Nation, Oct 29  Navajo leaders share priorities and recommendations with Federal delegation during Navajo Nation consultation, Oct 29  130 new cases, 7,528 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as Navajo Department of Health warns of community spread, Oct 29  Early in-person voting for Navajo Nation elections ends Friday, General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 3rd, Oct 28  Navajo public urged to submit public comments for legislation that seeks support and approval for the reopening of Navajo Nation casino facilities, Oct 28  71 new cases, 7,525 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 28  Additional Hardship Assistance Program application forms available Thursday and Friday, online application will be available on Nov. 2nd, Oct 28  Hardship Assistance Program applications being distributed, Oct 28  General Chapter election across Navajo Nation to take place November 3, Oct 28  Navajo leaders advocate for health care, public safety, economic development, and others with White House leadership, Oct 27  24 new cases, 7,504 recoveries, and one recent death related to COVID-19, Oct 26  63 new cases, 7,497 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 26  President Nez discusses CARES Act deadline, infrastructure needs, and federal regulations with Congressman O’Halleran, Oct 26  More hardcopy applications for Hardship Assistance Program on their way, Oct 26  Navajo Nation to host White House for policy roundtables and discussions on Tuesday, Oct 26  Hardship Assistance Program application opens to elders and special needs individuals, online application will open to all enrolled members on Nov. 2nd, Oct 25  76 new cases, 7,489 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as states continue to see record-high hospitalizations, Oct 24  64 new cases, 7,466 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend lockdown continues, Oct 23  47 new cases, 7,438 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend lockdown begins, Oct 22  70 new cases, 7,429 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as 56-hour weekend lockdown approaches, Oct 21  29 new cases, 7,403 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as New Mexico reports record-high number of daily cases, Oct 21  Vice President Lizer participates in White House discussion as the Trump-Pence Administration presents “Core Principles” for Indian Country, Oct 21  Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project makes progress to supply clean water to Navajo communities, Oct 21  Office of the Controller presents three scenarios to add funds to CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program, Oct 20  30 new cases, 7,397 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Oct 19  14 new cases, 7,396 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19 as Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona report increases in daily cases, Oct 18  42 new cases, 7,381 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Oct 17  53 new cases, 7,378 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as the Navajo Nation exceeds 50 new cases for the first time since July 30th, Oct 16  38 new cases, 7,362 recoveries, and no recent deaths related 002-20, Mar 29  Public Health Emergency Order Implementing a Curfew, Extending the March 20, 2020 Stay at Home (Shelter in Place) Order No. The Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency is committed to protecting Mother Earth and Father Sky and all living beings through environmental laws and regulations by honoring traditional dine' teachings and culture. Although the Navajo Nation is considered rural, the Eastern agency had the smallest average community size of 1,074 residents and had a lower revenue than all other agencies (P < .001). The raid, dubbed “Operation Navajo Gold,” came following reports of THC-rich cannabis production, interstate drug trafficking, and violations of labor and child labor laws. Two branches are independent of the council (where all government decision making was centralized before the change). Jun 28 Navajo Nation receives total $714,189,631.47 in federal CARES Act funding. Navajo Nation Fleet Management Agencies: Located west of Hwy 191. Navajo Retirement Services. discussion of drought and feral horse responses on Navajo Nation, 5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 reported, 5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 reported, 5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported, 5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent deaths reported as Department of Health re-issues stay-at-home order, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez line-item vetoes $73 million in coronavirus relief expenditures, Nez-Lizer approve CARES Act funds for special duty pay and PPE for frontline workers, disinfecting government facilities, and more, 5,581 recoveries, 38 new cases, and one more death reported as Nez-Lizer thank first responders for their hard work, 5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more deaths reported as Navajo Nation continues to test residents aggressively, 5,527 recoveries, 64 new cases, and four more deaths reported as 57-hour weekend lockdown set to take effect, 5,480 recoveries, 56 new cases, two more deaths reported as law enforcement and New Mexico National Guard prepare to enforce 57-hour weekend lockdown. A .gov website belongs to an official government organization in the United States. US … An official website of the United States government. Navajo Technology Services Provides IT Solutions for the Navajo Nation from Tohajilee to Bodaway Gap, from Ramah to Mexican Hat. This Site designed and maintained by the Navajo Nation's DIT. The total number of deaths is now 656 as of Tuesday. The Navajo Nation has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases per capita in the country. Tsah Bii Kin Registered voters: 606. The Navajo tribe of Native Americans lives in the southwestern lands of the modern-day United States, in the Four Corners region of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. 0153-20, Jul 15  Nez-Lizer push for ballot measure to amend Navajo law to state that “all powers originate from the Navajo people”, Jul 14  Diné Development Corporation contributes $400,000 dividend payment to the Navajo Nation, Jul 14  6,163 recoveries, 47 new cases, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 reported, Jul 14  Nez-Lizer applaud Family Dollar’s withdrawal of liquor license applications for St. Michaels and Tuba City, Jul 14  Three Department for Self Reliance Office Closures for the Week of July 13, 2020, Jul 13  5,866 recoveries, 56 new cases, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 reported as leaders urge Navajo residents to continue wearing masks, Jul 13  THE COMMISSION ON NAVAJO GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTS LEGISLATION NO. Jul 02  Navajo Nation issues fire safety warning during lockdown hours for Fourth of July weekend, Jul 01  5,455 recoveries, 64 new cases, five more death reported as Nez-Lizer leads “Operation First of the Month” to help protect elders from COVID-19, Jul 01  Navajo Department of Health Health Advisory Notice (HAN) Smoke Advisory—Avoid Breathing Wildfire Smoke, Jun 30  5,218 recoveries, 17 new cases, one more death reported as Navajo Nation extends emergency declaration, government closure, and weekend lockdowns, Jun 29  Navajo Nation on motion to dismiss Yazzie-Martinez case: “New Mexico must do right by our children.”, Jun 29  5,095 recoveries, 63 new cases, no new deaths related to COVID-19 reported, Jun 29  Nez-Lizer applaud New Mexico court’s ruling denying the state’s request to dismiss the Yazzie/Martinez v. State of New Mexico lawsuit, Jun 28  Delegate Kee Allen Begay Jr., NTUA Low Mountain Chapter celebrate cell on wheels unit going on air, Jun 28  Health, Education, and Human Services Committee continues addressing family and domestic violence shelter payment issues, Jun 28  Wood Springs Two wildfire grows to over 300 acres as residents begin to evacuate and road closures take effect, Jun 28  5,082 recoveries, 55 new cases, one more death related to COVID-19 reported as Navajo Nation’s travel advisory remains in effect, Jun 28  Navajo Epidemiology Center delivers COVID-19 situational report to Health, Education, and Human Services Committee, Jun 28  Navajo Nation receives total $714,189,631.47 in federal CARES Act funding, Jun 27  5,068 recoveries, 94 new cases, 12 more deaths related to The home to the Nation's Film Office that manages productions from all over the world 2020-007, Apr 16  Public Health Emergency Order Extending the 57-Hour Weekend Curfew for Two Additional Weekends in April and Closing Essential Businesses During Weekend Curfews Due to Community Spread of COVID-19 - Public Health Emergency Order No. Navajo Nation Veterans Affairs. Total Population on reservation . for immediate relief for Navajo families, students, elders, and others, Aug 21  12 new cases, 7,007 recoveries, and two new deaths related to COVID-19, Aug 21  Navajo Nation Council receives 2021 budget preparation calendar for annual comprehensive budget season, Aug 20  19 new cases, 6,996 recoveries, and three new deaths related to COVID-19, Aug 19  14 new cases, 6,989 recoveries, and no new deaths related to COVID-19 as Navajo leaders urge citizens to stay safe. Phoenix • The executive director of the Navajo Nation Department of Health has been named a member of President-elect Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board. Wells Fargo Retirement Plan; Wells Fargo Webinars; Deferred Compensation; Forms; Oversight Committees; Contact; RFP/RFQ; Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Official websites use .gov Carlton L. Chee, urge thorough investigation of Fort Hood soldier deaths, 10 new cases, 7,142 recoveries, and more deaths related to COVID-19 reported Here you will find anything that concerns the Navajo Nation, her people and her expatriates. After you do business with The Navajo Nation, please leave a review to help other people and improve hubbiz. Three Weekends) Due to the Alarming Increase in Positive Cases in Areas Surrounding the Navajo Nation - Public Health Emergency Order No. COVID-19 reported as 57-hour weekend lockdown remains in effect, 5,059 recoveries, 42 new cases, two more deaths related to COVID-19 reported as 57-hour weekend lockdown takes effect, Passage of the Navajo Nation CARES Act legislation is a victory for the Navajo People, 3,859 recoveries, 121 new cases, one new death related to COVID-19 reported as health care officials push for COVID-19 patients to report to isolation sites, Flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of former Navajo Police Officer and Criminal Investigator Esther Charley, Navajo Nation Council approves coronavirus $93 million immediate expenditure response package, Delegates receive Department of Agriculture updates on Navajo Nation horse programs, Navajo Nation files lawsuit against the U.S. EPA over the Clean Water Act, 3,802 recoveries, 69 new cases, and 11 more deaths related to COVID-19 reported as health care experts warn against consuming hand sanitizer, 96 Navajo families to receive electricity with $6.2 Search × Search. 202030, the Navajo Division of Social Services Resource Guide for clients, customers and the general public aims to provide information about how the essential direct services is delivered while complying with and remaining in full compliance with these orders. 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