Erik Ortiz11h ago / 8:34 PM UTCThe Navajo Nation on Tuesday reported its first case of the coronavirus: A 46-year-old tribal member with a recent travel history, leaders said. The person was taken to a hospital in Phoenix, and family members and other contacts were being isolated. Leaders of the Navajo Nation, the largest tribal reservation in the United States with 350,000 members, have been warning in recent weeks of the virus’ spread into Indian country and the need for more testing and medical supplies.”We call upon our Navajo people to do their best to remain calm and make good decisions by staying home to prevent the spread of the virus among our communities,” tribal President Jonathan Nez said in a statement.Alexander Smith11h ago / 8:30 PM UTCE.U. announces sweeping 30-day ban on most nonessential incoming travelLONDON — The European Union on Tuesday announced a sweeping 30-day ban on most non-essential travel into the 27-country bloc.There is still a need to guarantee passage of medicine, food stamps and citizens must be able to travel to home countries, European Council President Charles Michel said.“We are ready to do everything that is required. We will not hesitate to take additional measures as the situation evolves,” European


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