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“We live for our children. We want to bring that sense of normalcy back in our lives.”
The federal government set aside more than $530 million for the so-called ANCs.
In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 35.3% of Alaskans 16 and up are fully vaccinated.
Rep. Ben Carpenter, R-Nikiski, introduced legislation Wednesday.
I’m proposing legislation directing $150 million of those funds toward broad, tourism-related relief.
SoHi teens discuss living with pandemic, why they got vaccinated.
About 39.9% peninsula residents have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Friday.
Parents organize proms as tensions continue on school mitigation protocols.
Food bank will return to monthly boxes as CARES funding dries up.
Nineteen of the fatalities were reported after death certificate review
The state has about $37.5 million available for the program and is requiring 10% of the funds from each grant to be used to address health equity.
Once COVID-19 becomes less of a concern, the Soldotna library will try to bring back more in-person events.
Daily COVID-19 update
The chamber also named its people of the year and gave updates on relief spending.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Economic Development District is helping the state plan for how to best use funds it receives from the federal government via… Continue reading
Six severe blood clots were reported in relation to Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine.
After a federal pause of Johnson Johnson vaccine rollout, the clinic will host a Moderna clinic next week.
The series will kick off with performances by Zen Trembles and opener Shonathin Hoskins.
The state announced 365 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend.
Dunleavy said 1.3 million tourists were expected to come to Alaska via cruise ship before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down operations.