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Ogden's Own Distillery donates 485 gallons of sanitizer to Navajo Nation
By Mikey Saltas
And with nearly 4,200 confirmed cases of the illness in a population estimated at 173,000, that puts the per-capita infection rate of the Navajo Nation beyond that of states like New York and New Jersey. The Navajo Nation also reports 144 deaths.