Native communities are working to limit the spread of COVID-19

Arizona Navajo President Johnathan Nez declared a public health emergency and asked all residents, except essential workers to stay home. We talked with the editor of Indian Country Today, Mark Trahant, about how Native Communities are handling the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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