The Navajo Nation Health Command Operations Center (HCOC) along with the Navajo Office of Environmental Health & Protection Program announces on Friday, April 10, 2020, new amendments to the Exemption to Limitation Order by Clarifying and Setting Limitation of Operations for Major Retail Food Stores, Convenience Stores, and all Drive-Through Food Service Establishments Serving within the Navajo Name: Navajo Nation Agencies Display Field: AGENCY Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon Description: Navajo Nation BIA Boundaries. Navajo Nation Roads Eastern Land Status Ramah Land Status Alamo Land Status Canoncito Land Status All maps can be made to your desired specifications from an 8.5"X11" sheet to a 52"X36" Land Map. The Title II Amendment of 1989 established the Navajo Nation government as a three-part system (changes to the judicial branch had already begun in 1958). Inspections and reviews of the farms by the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency estimates growing activities expanded to more than 1,000 greenhouses on more than 400 acres of land. With our partners, CORE is dedicated to increasing and streamlining testing, along with providing wrap-around services to the community. It's not good news. Flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of Navajo leader and veteran Earnest C. Becenti, Sr. Nez-Lizer sign proclamation to recognize the 10th Annual Running for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation, 17 new cases, 6,987 recoveries, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 as daily curfew remains in effect, President approves $475 million in CARES Act funding to provide immediate COVID-19 relief funding for water projects, power line projects, and more, 6,978 recoveries, 12 new cases, no new deaths related to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation carefully reopens with phased-in approach, Navajo Nation Council Resolution CJY-67-20 power line expenditures signed into law for $44,220,832, Navajo Nation Council Resolution CJY-67-20 broadband and telecommunications expenditures signed into law for $53,224,989, Navajo Nation Council Resolution CJY-67-20 coronavirus water projects expenditures signed into law for $130,005,095, 6,970 recoveries, 24 new cases, two more deaths related to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation implements Safe at Home Public Health Order, 11 new cases, 6,970 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, 18 new cases, 6,948 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation honors Diné warriors on Navajo Code Talker Day, Nez-Lizer urge all schools on the Navajo Nation to implement online learning for the current semester to reduce COVID-19 risks, 38 new cases, 6,942 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Nez-Lizer Administration issues guidelines and plan to carefully reopen the Navajo Nation with phased-in approach, Navajo Nation calls for end to Federal execution of tribal member, Lezmond Mitchell, 22 new cases, 6,920 recoveries, and four more deaths related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation calls on Western Albuquerque Land Holdings to allow access for critical Tohajiilee-Albuquerque water line project, 19 new cases, 6,893 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19 as President Nez urges public to wear masks throughout the upcoming flu season, 7 new cases, 6,878 recoveries, and one more death related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation Council focuses on extension to 50-year Quadrilateral Agreement expiration date to allow for renegotiation, 15 new cases, 6,859 recoveries, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 as 32-hour weekend lockdown continues, 6,810 recoveries, 36 new cases, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 as 32-hour weekend lockdown begins, 6,810 recoveries, 34 new cases, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation moves forward with hogan-style housing manufacturing facility, 6,775 recoveries, 28 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation prepares for 32-hour weekend lockdown, Navajo Nation implements 32-hour partial weekend lockdowns and updates daily curfew hours, 6,766 recoveries, 39 new cases, and fours more deaths related to COVID-19, Ganado community to receive new senior citizens and veterans center with approval of Síhasin Fund appropriation, 6,747 recoveries, 17 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 as Navajo Nation prepares to implement a 32-hour weekend lockdowns, Input sought from the Navajo people regarding public meetings conducted via telecommunications, 6,743 recoveries, 36 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19, 6,736 recoveries, 35 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19, 6,697 recoveries, 13 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation Council approves $650 million in immediate expenditures for coronavirus pandemic mitigation and relief, Navajo Gaming Extends Closure and Begins 2nd Phase of Temporary Layoffs, PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FROM TUBA CITY JUDICIAL DISTRICT, 6,677 recoveries, 36 new cases, and two more deaths related to COVID-19 reported as 57-hour weekend lockdown begins, Nez-Lizer put forth CARES Act funding proposal to support virtual learning to help protect students and teachers from COVID-19 exposure, 6,627 recoveries, 51 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported as 57-hour weekend lockdown approaches, PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FROM CHINLE JUDICIAL DISTRICT, 6,622 recoveries, 41 new cases, and seven more deaths related to COVID-19, Navajo Nation Council includes water, power line, broadband, hardship assistance and more in latest Legislation No.
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