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The Hopi Tribe has issued a new 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 The Tribe is also returning to "Phase 0 in the Return to Work Guidelines" & rescinded it's "Phase 1" re-opening plan.

Citing the recent 24 positive COVID-19 cases, the order states 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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KUYI staff & volunteers are adhering to the Hopi Tribe’s stay-at-home order & are working & broadcasting remotely while the office is closed.

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As of August 28th, 2020 the Stay-At-Home Order has been extended until September 30th.
KUYI Staff and Volunteers continue to broadcast remotely.
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