At The Bottom Of The Grand Canyon, Coronavirus Fears Persist
Even one of the most isolated Native American tribes in the lower 48 states is worried about coronavirus. The Havasupai have lived in the Grand Canyon region for more than eight centuries. But the tribe is small — just about 750 members — and leaders say the coronavirus threatens its existence.
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