Navajo Nation Extends Stay-At-Home Order to Jan. 25

* Re-implements full 57-hour weekend lockdowns for two additional weekends that include: 8:00 P.M. MST through 5:00 A.M. MST on January 15, 2021 through January 18, 2021, and for the same hours on January 22, 2021 through January 25, 2021. * Essential businesses including gas stations, grocery stores, laundromats, restaurants and food establishments that provide drive-thru and curbside services, and hay vendors can operate from 7:00 a.m. (MST) to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only.

From the Navajo Nation Department of Health

Friday, January 8, 2021

On Jan. 7, the Navajo Department of Health issued Public Health Emergency Order No. 2021-001, continuing the "Stay-at-Home" Lockdown for an additional Two (2) Weeks, and including the 57-hour weekend lockdowns due to the uncontrolled community spread of COVID-19 in several communities of the Navajo Nation.

Public Health Emergency Order No. 2021-001 provisions go into effect on Monday, January 11, 2021 to Monday, January 25, 2021:

* Extends the Stay-At-Home Lockdown which requires all residents to remain at home 24-hours, seven days a week, with the exceptions of essential workers that must report to work, emergency situations, to obtain essential food, medication, and supplies, tend to livestock, outdoor exercising within the immediate vicinity of your home, wood gathering and hauling with a permit.

* Re-implements full 57-hour weekend lockdowns for two additional weekends that include: 8:00 P.M. MST through 5:00 A.M. MST on January 15, 2021 through January 18, 2021, and for the same hours on January 22, 2021 through January 25, 2021.

* Essential businesses including gas stations, grocery stores, laundromats, restaurants and food establishments that provide drive-thru and curbside services, and hay vendors can operate from 7:00 a.m. (MST) to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only.

* Refrain from gathering with individuals from outside your immediate household and requiring all residents to wear a mask in public, avoid public gatherings, maintain social (physical) distancing, remain in your vehicle for curb-side and drive-through services.

Individuals are required to STAY HOME and STAY ON THE NAVAJO NATION and refrain from off-Reservation travel.

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer also issued Executive Order No. 002-21, extending the limitation of Navajo Nation government services through Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, due to the high rate of COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation. The Executive Order is available online at: https://www.opvp.navajo-nsn.gov/From-the.../Executive-Orders.

To view the Public Health Order visit https://www.ndoh.navajo-nsn.gov/COVID-19

 

 

Friday, December 28, 2020

On Dec. 24, the Navajo Department of Health issued Public Health Emergency Order No. 2020-032, continuing the "Stay-at-Home" Lockdown for an additional Two (2) Weeks, and including the 57-hour weekend lockdowns due to the uncontrolled community spread of COVID-19 in several communities of the Navajo Nation.

Public Health Emergency Order No. 2020-032 provisions go into effect on Monday, Dec. 28, 2020 until Monday, Jan. 11, 2021:

* Extends the Stay-At-Home Lockdown which requires all residents to remain at home 24-hours, seven days a week, with the exceptions of essential workers that must report to work, emergency situations, to obtain essential food, medication, and supplies, tend to livestock, outdoor exercising within the immediate vicinity of your home, wood gathering and hauling with a permit.

* Re-implements full 57-hour weekend lockdowns for two additional weekends that include: 8:00 P.M. MST through 5:00 A.M. MST on January 1, 2021 through January 4, 2021, and for the same hours on January 8, 2021 through January 11, 2021.

* Essential businesses including gas stations, grocery stores, laundromats, restaurants and food establishments that provide drive-thru and curbside services, and hay vendors can operate from 7:00 a.m. (MST) to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only.

* Refrain from gathering with individuals from outside your immediate household and requiring all residents to wear a mask in public, avoid public gatherings, maintain social (physical) distancing, remain in your vehicle for curb-side and drive-through services.

Individuals are required to STAY HOME and STAY ON THE NAVAJO NATION and refrain from off-Reservation travel.

To view the Public Health Order, visit: https://www.ndoh.navajo-nsn.gov/COVID-19

 

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