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KUYI staff & volunteers are adhering to the Hopi Tribe’s stay-at-home order & are working & broadcasting remotely while the office is closed. If you are an official, submit announcements or request airtime by emailing info@kuyi [dot] net

The Hopi Tribe's lockdown & curfew order has been extended through March 31, 2021 @ 5am.

The Tribe states it will be strictly enforcing the following:
The nightly 8pm to 5am curfew as well as two consecutive 57-hour weekend lockdowns from Friday at 8pm to Monday at 5am on MAR 12 & MAR 19;

Facemasks must be worn at all times & all previous measures remain in place.
F
or questions, call: 734-3402

A nightly reservation-wide curfew is in place from 8pm to 5am & masks must be worn at all times when in public; Residents are restricted from gathering with individuals with whom they don’t live…The order states that this restriction is for non-religious gatherings; it reads that all cultural activities are, quote, “strongly encouraged to be conducted in accordance with guidance issued by the Department of Health & Human Services regarding Cultural Activities”

Hopi residents may only leave their residences for essential work with proof of employment, obtaining medical care, providing for the care of an elder or others in need of assistance, only one person may pick up household groceries, hauling water for the household as well as gathering feed for livestock, and getting wood, coal or propane for home-heating.

All previous orders remain in place & citations for non-compliance can be issued under Executive Order No 007-2020.

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In the fall of 2020 the Hopi Tribe issued an executive stay-at-home order as an "effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 throughout the Hopi reservation" until the Tribe declares a downward trend of positive Hopi cases within a two-week period. The Tribe had returned to "Phase 0" return to work guidelines after rescinding it's "Phase 1" re-opening plan.

Citing growing positive COVID-19 cases, the order read that all unnecessary travel must cease: exemptions include obtaining medical care, food or essential work; all non-essential business must cease & food is to be pick-up only; Tribal members should avoid crowds & adhere to social-distancing & sanitation measures.

A missing persons report has been filed on Ambrose “Moe” Sinquah: last seen Mon 9/28 in Keams Canyon walking near Indian Health Service Housing area toward his residence less than a mile away.
Mr. Sinquah is approx 5’11”, 175#, dark brown eyes, dark brown hair w/ a visible scar on left cheek. "Moe" was last seen wearing a dark blue or black shirt & jeans.
The family provided the following contacts: (928) 207-1150, (928) 497-1610 or Command Post 738-0022 / FMCV 737-2670.

HLES reports the case is under investigation by the BIA-CIU & FBI. HLES can be reached at 734-7344

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