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Colorado River Indian Tribes

The Colorado River Indian Tribes announced an extension of a stay-at-home order through the end of August.

The CRIT Tribal Council voted earlier this week to extend the order, intended to slow the spread of coronavirus. According to CRIT, the Tribes have seen 288 cases and four deaths since the first case was reported on the reservation on May 1.

The order, first enacted on April 1, requires all non-essential businesses to close and all non-essential workers to stay at home on Tribal lands, which include much of the Town of Parker.

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