A 56-hour curfew was in effect this weekend “due to the uncontrolled spread of Covid-19 in 29 communities on the Navajo Nation,” Jonathan Nez, the Navajo president, said in a statement released on Sunday.That spread is “largely due to travel off the Navajo Nation and family gatherings,” the statement said. – Advertisement – The Navajo Nation, under a weekend lockdown, is averaging more than 100 new daily cases for the first time since early June.The nation, which stretches across much of northeastern Arizona and into parts of Utah and New Mexico, reported 124 new coronavirus cases and two new deaths on Saturday.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – In Apache County, whose population is about three-quarters Native American, turnout increased by 27 percent since the 2016 election, with over 98 percent of votes reported on Sunday evening. The nation has recorded 12,571 total cases and 593 deaths from the virus, according to the Navajo Department of Health. In addition to the strict weekend lockdown, a weekday curfew is in effect from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.- Advertisement – “The numbers are not looking good for us here on the Navajo Nation and across the country,” Mr. Nez said in the statement.The curfews come after extensive restrictions this summer, when roads were closed to outside visitors, and restaurants — including even some fast food drive-throughs — were shut down.Despite the spike — cases began increasing at the end of September — voter turnout increased significantly this year compared with 2016 in the Arizona counties that overlap the Navajo and Hopi tribal lands.
Mahrez’s Tweets to the Leicester City fans 2 “To all Leicester fans, we have made some amazing memories and history together,” the 27-year-old said on his personal Twitter account.“Winning the Premiership (in 2015-16) against all odds was just something else and none of this would have been possible without your extraordinary support for me and the team.“I want to thank all of you for welcoming me to the club right from the start and continuing to give me the belief and encouragement to achieve what we have together.“I would also like to thank my teammates, staff and everyone at the club who have become a big part of my life in the last few years.” 2 Riyad Mahrez has paid tribute to his former club Leicester City and their supporters.The Algeria winger joined Manchester City on Tuesday in what was described as a “club-record” fee – believed to be in the region of £60 million. After joining the Foxes from Le Havre in 2014, Mahrez went on to help Nigel Pearson’s side reach, and then ultimately, stay in the division.His 2015/16 season was incredible and he scored 17 Premier League goals under Claudio Ranieri to land an improbably title.He leaves with a record of 42 goals in 158 games for the club, ahead of his debut season in Manchester. Mahrez helped the Foxes to t=an unlikely Premier League title in 2016