As Covid-19 vaccinations have become more widely available across the US, the Na…

As Covid-19 vaccinations have become more widely available across the US, the Navajo Nation has reported more than half of its adult members have been vaccinated, outpacing the vaccination rate for the rest of the US. The US’ rate is currently 36.5%, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Navajo Nation, which is the largest reservation in the US, with over 300,000 members, has now vaccinated more than half of all adults living in the nation, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said Sunday.⁠

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  1. I went in to get vaccinated. Doctor told me he vaccinated around 200 people a given work day. With that being said, he said a lot of people schedule multiple places to get their schedule and never cancel their appointments. So they miss out on a lot of people who need it. It’s really sad how people can just not care about others.

  2. Finally. The Navajo nation deserves so much more but this is a great piece of news to hear from our most sacred people, the original owners, the indigenous, on this land who have been mistreated for years. ❤️ Stay strong indigenous people of the Americas ❤️ We see you ❤️

  3. And Bhutan did an even better job. It’s almost as if it’s easier to vaccinate a smaller set of people, than a nation of 300 million plus. But go ahead CNN, compare apples to oranges for the sake of a clickbaity insta post

  4. If you don’t want it, don’t get it. Hopping on social media to call others sheep and whatever the hell else makes you feel woke and enlightened isn’t going to accomplish anything 😂

  5. Must be nice having a small population like that so your rates look better by comparison to a nation with one of the largest populations on Earth.


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