Public Health Emergency Order No. 2020‐021 - Rescinding the Stay at Home (Shelter in Place) Public Health Emergency Orders and Implementing a “Safer at Home” Public Health Emergency Order, Restating the Requirements for “Drive‐in” Gatherings, Restating the daily and weekend curfew hours, and Reminding Visitors and Tourists Not to Travel to the Navajo Nation
The Navajo Nation will be transitioning back to greater business activity on a gradual basis. To this end, the Navajo Nation has drafted the Navajo Nation Reopening Plan. The Plan, among other things, provides a color-coded "reopening status schedule," which will guide reopening of businesses in a safe manner. Failure to comply with any provision of this Order constitutes an imminent threat and menace to public health.
Navajo Nation residents shall be at home during curfew hours, except in the event of an emergency. Essential Businesses, including all stores, gas stations, restaurants and drive-through food establishments shall be closed.
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Last updated: August 19, 2020