Sunday, September 05, 2021

Washington Post runs sound-and-photo-essay on Navajo health during pandemic

Navajo Reservation Painted Desert


Here is an sound-illustrated op-ed from the “Voices Across America” series in The Washington Post, “For Navajo, crowded homes have always been a lifeline; the pandemic threatens that”.

This problem for indigenous populations got a lot of attention in 2020.

Now the remedy is to build tiny houses for sick family members, but the question remains of how quick the vaccinations are.

Wikipedia embed: Navajo nation aerial, Arizona, click for attribution 

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