Navajo Nation’s reversal in new coronavirus infections could be example for the US, Fauci says

By Noel Lyn Smith | Farmington Daily Times

When it comes to following health experts’ recommendations for reducing the spread of the coronavirus, the Navajo Nation could serve as a model, the country’s leading infectious diseases expert told the public during a Sept. 21 online town hall meeting.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci joined Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, Vice President Myron Lizer and others in the virtual discussion that centered on the tribe’s continuing response to the new virus.

“The reason you should be proud of what you’ve accomplished is that you’ve proven that when you do these public health measures, you can turn around a serious surge of infection,” he said.

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