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COVID-19 Safe Practices Guideline

COVID-19 Safe Practice Guidelines

The Navajo Department of Health and Health Command Operations Center are issuing new guidelines per Public Health Emergency Order No. 004-006, with updates as needed. The guidelines are consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on COVID prevention in communities. This guideline is intended to increase the safety of gatherings across Navajo Nation considering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Illness/Symptoms

Symptoms of Dikos Ntsaaígíí-19 (COVID-19)

COVID-19 symptoms can range from mild to severe illness and appear 2-14 days after COVID-19 exposure...

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COVID-19 infects the young too

Young adults make up about half of all COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation....

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what to do if a parent of caregiver has covid-19

If a child's parent or caregiver is sick with COVID-19, follow these steps to help protect the child...

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Vaccine Information

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

Indian Health Service (IHS) has resumed offering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19

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3rd COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

Additional dose: Is for people who may not have a strong enough immune response from the first 2 doses of the COVD-19 Vaccine...

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Mental Health

Mental Wellness During COVID-19 Crisis

COVID-19 affects our lives in many ways that it may cause us to experience stress, anxiety, and fear. However it is important to take care of our mental wellness. Everyone handles stress differently

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Grief During the COVID-19 Pandemic

What is grief? Grief is a response to loss....

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DIKOS NTSAAĺGĺĺ (COVID-19) vs. HANTAVIRUS

DIKOS NTSAAĺGĺĺ (COVID-19) vs. HANTAVIRUS

COVID-19 is a respiratory disease that was first detected in late 2019 and is present worldwide.

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Funeral Services

Navajo Nation Funeral COVID-19 Guidelines

The following are guidelines in having a funeral service to honor the death of a loved one, who was a victim of COVID-19

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Sports Safety Event Guideline for Schools

Sports Safety Event Guideline for Schools

This guidance is intended for coaches, athletic directors, administrators, and similar sport programs conducting sport activities on the Navajo Nation. A sport and league event refers to events with groups of players or adults, such as football, cross-country, volleyball, baseball, and other similar events. The guidance is to support ensuring a safe return to sports and athletic activities.

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COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Home Testing

COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Home Testing

COVID-19 testing is important to slow the spread of virus and identify people that need treatment. Because people are contagious before developing symptoms, testing is also important for stopping the silent spread of the infection.

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How to Build an A-Frame Sign to Support Your Community

DIY Sign

In the year 2020, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) caused major hardship, trauma and grief for people on the Navajo Nation and worldwide. The Navajo Nation is working with programs at every level to protect the health and well-being of all community members. Individuals cannot fight this virus alone, and Navajo Nation residents need to know how to stay healthy for the sake of themselves, their families and community

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Fair Event Guideline

COVID-19 SAFE PRACTICES: Fair Event Guideline

This guideline is intended for Fair administrators such as agency fairs on the Navajo Nation. The guideline is set for community fair and similar events in the Navajo Nation. This guideline is intended for use by event planners, local officials, participating vendors, entertainers, and other personnel working with the planning and execution of these events. The guideline is to support ensuring safe community activities at fair events.

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