In Arizona, two sisters from the Navajo Nation — Cheryl and Corrina Thinn — have died of COVID-19 just weeks apart, aged 40 and 44. Both sisters worked as frontline healthcare workers. They’re among nearly 500 people to die of the coronavirus on the Navajo Nation, which has one of the highest infection rates in the world.
Two Navajo Sisters Who Worked as Frontline Health Workers Die of COVID-19
HeadlineAug 28, 2020