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Alaska has had 1,226 cases of the disease since the state began tracking the pandemic in March.
It was the largest single-day increase in new cases of COVID-19 among Alaska residents.
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The borough is receiving $37,458,449, which will be provided in three installments.
Millions in small business relief funds remain unclaimed.
Passengers leaving Kenai this year through May are down 18,000.
Peninsula communities take different approaches to COVID-19 testing.
Alaska saw 36 new cases of COVID-19 in residents and 12 new nonresident cases.
Anchorage mayor signed an order Friday requiring face coverings in certain indoor public settings.
The city conducted more than 300 tests for COVID-19 over the weekend.
Recent cases have been identified after possible exposure in bars and other similar venues.
The policy is an amended version of one crafted by City Manager Stephanie Queen.
Since Thursday, the state has reported four new resident cases and one new nonresident case.
The state reported 120 news cases this week.
The state is strongly encouraging the wearing of masks, but will not require it.
The new cases include 14 residents and 7 nonresidents.
Council members asked what more can be done to ensure communities are protected from the virus.
The policy would not limit private or public gatherings on private property within city limits.
Sixteen of the new cases are among Alaska residents, while 19 of them are nonresidents.
Both job numbers and unemployment showing significant changes from last year.