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As part of their ongoing commitment to assist the Navajo Nation during the pandemic, Molina Healthcare of New Mexico provided the Gallup Regional Supply Services Center, a Navajo Health Services facility, with 40,000 pieces of personal protective equipment.
In all, Molina has donated $185,000 in resources to support the Navajo Nation. Included in its most recent donation were face shields, gloves, gowns, shoe covers, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.
“We are deeply committed to supplying and personally delivering necessary resources to the people of the Navajo Nation, which has been hit hard by this pandemic,” said David Nater, president of Molina Healthcare of New Mexico.
“Molina works daily to help build stronger communities through improving people’s health and well-being,” he said.
Daniel E. Tso, chairman of the Navajo Nation Health, Education and Human Services committee, called Molina “a great ally to the Navajo Nation.”
Molina’s continued support, he said, is “critical to the health and wellness of over 300,000 Navajos across our reservations.”