Over 30% of residents of the Navajo Nation don’t have running water in their homes, making them more susceptible to the rapid spread of
COVID-19. The Navajo Nation -- which spans the corners of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah -- now has the third-highest infection rate in the country, trailing only New York and New Jersey.
DigDeep, a human rights nonprofit that installs clean, running water inside these homes through its Indigenous-led Navajo Water Project, has partnered with Nestlé Waters to distribute a donation of 248,000 gallons (939,000 liters, totaling over 2 million pounds) of ArrowheadⓇ Brand 100% Mountain Spring Water to these residents in a coordinated, emergency response.
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