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A Navajo Nation police officer questions a driver during the the 57-hour curfew imposed to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus virus through the Navajo Nation, in the town of Chinle in Arizona on May 23, 2020. - Weeks of delays in delivering vital coronavirus aid to Native American tribes exacerbated the outbreak, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said, lashing the administration of President Donald Trump for botching its response. Nez told AFP in an interview that of the $8 billion promised to US tribes in a $2.2 trillion stimulus package passed in late March, the first tranche was released just over a week ago. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo by MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)
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MARK RALSTON / Contributor
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2020年05月23日
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