As of August 31, 2020 11:30 am EDT in the Indian health system (spreadsheet).
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Total cases: 5,972,356
Total deaths: 182,622
As of August 31, 2020 at 7:30pm EDT by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Total cases confirmed: 25,118,689
As of August 31, 2020 at 7:30pm EDT by the World Health Organization
- See the live numbers for the Navajo Nation at the Navajo Epidemiology Center Coronavirus Response Hub
- Map of COVID-19 reports by Johns Hopkins University
- World Health Organization COVID-19 Situation Dashboard
- Another data set is available at WorldoMeter.info
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Coronavirus Q&A: What is it? The symptoms. And how it spreads
An explainer of every frequently asked question in relation to COVID-19.
Are you a Native student whose college or university has been closed or switched to online classes? Visit this spreadsheet for resources involving technology in Native communities. It is updated by San Juan College’s Native American Center.