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In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 42.7% of people 16 and up had received at least their first shot.
Moving away from mass vaccination campaigns and reaching the people who haven’t made the time to get their shots yet is the goal in the coming months.
Troopers reported on Friday that there were “no obvious signs of foul play.”
All students and staff were reported as safe.
Close to one in two eligible Alaska residents — 43.8% — were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday.
Volunteers turn out to remove refuse from the refuge
All events are still being held virtually at the Kenai Community Library.
The identity has not been released.
Yhe increase is likely due to the fact that many youth are ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccines.
Dunleavy urges Alaskans to get vaccinated in promotional video.
Potters Guild to host Mother’s Day sale
Coalition goals include changing social norms, increasing knowledge and promoting connectedness with the community.
The number of fully vaccinated Kenai Peninsula Borough residents 16 and older has increased by 10.4% since April 5.
Nearly 40% of Alaskans across all ages — 38.3% — had received at least one vaccine dose as of Tuesday.
The deaths were recorded after death certificate reviews.
Keren Lowell was barred from her job after criticizing Dunleavy’s proposed budget cuts, according to lawsuit.
Pregnant women were excluded from vaccine clinical trials early on.
Get out your binoculars: The whales are frolicking in the Kenai River
18.7% positive case increase from last week as CDC and FDA lift J&J pause