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5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 reported
5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more...

5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,731 recoveries, 61 new cases, and four more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 reported
5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more...

5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,693 recoveries, 40 new cases, and three more deaths related to COVID-19 reported

5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported
5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported

5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death...

5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported

5,650 recoveries, 27 new cases, and one more death related to COVID-19 reported

5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent deaths reported as Department of Health...
5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent deaths reported as Department of Health...

5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent...

5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent deaths reported as Department of Health...

5,604 recoveries, 74 new cases, and no recent deaths reported as Department of Health...

5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more deaths reported as Navajo Nation continues to...
5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more deaths reported as Navajo Nation continues to...

5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more...

5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more deaths reported as Navajo Nation continues to...

5,543 recoveries, 71 new cases, and two more deaths reported as Navajo Nation continues to...

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Founded in 1984 and located on Capitol Hill, the Navajo Nation Washington Office serves as the Navajo Nation's advocate with Congress, the White House and federal agencies. The NNWO monitors and analyzes congressional legislation, disseminates congressional and federal agencies' information, develops strategies and decisions concerning national policies and budgets that affect the Navajo Nation.

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