WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — The Navajo Nation has rescinded its stay-at-home order but is encouraging residents to leave their homes only for emergencies or essential activities and errands.
The order was rescinded Sunday, when 24 additional coronavirus cases and zero deaths were reported.
The tribe reported 12 new COVID-19 cases Monday but zero deaths again.
The numbers are a vast change from earlier this year, when the tribe had one of the highest per-capita rates of infection in the U.S.
The tribe has started a gradual reopening. Much of the Navajo Nation has been closed since March as the coronavirus swept through the reservation that extends into New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.