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Health workers approach 18 months caring for COVID patients — and they’re tired.
“The hospital has been over capacity for basically the month of August,” an official said.
The peninsula continues to lag behind most other regions in percentage of fully vaccinated.
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Workers are strained.
More than 200 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 23.
The hospital is still at 100% capacity.
The legislation does not nullify COVID mandates instituted by the borough’s incorporated communities.
The state Department of Health and Social Services reported another 592 positive COVID cases Friday.
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Although COVID infection produces antibodies that can help fight the virus, it’s risky to take that chance.
KPBSD launches hub reporting latest cases.
The return to normal is not in sight at this moment.
On Tuesday, the peninsula’s positivity rate was 13%, according to state data.
Between Aug. 23 and Sept. 1, the district has been made aware of 180 COVID-19 cases, including 25 staff and 155 students.
Another 801 cases were reported statewide.
The deaths included people in their 20s and 30s.
The policy will be in effect through Sept. 10.
Seward Elementary on Monday joined Port Graham School, Susan B. English School and Tebughna School in requiring masks due to a number of COVID-19 cases.