Why Navajo Nation is especially vulnerable to COVID-19
Clip: 04/24/2020 | 7m 13s | Video has closed captioning.
COVID-19 is ripping through the Navajo Nation, infecting and killing people at rates that are above U.S. averages. Located across three states, the Navajo population is already vulnerable, with a high prevalence of underlying disease, a lack of infrastructure and limited access to care and supplies. Stephanie Sy reports on how the Navajo community has taken on the challenge of caring for its own.
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