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They include a Soldotna man in his 40s and a nonresident woman in her 70s who died in Soldotna.
That includes 70 resident cases on the central peninsula.
Pierce defends ivermectin as potential virus med, proposes local clinical trials
Central Peninsula Hospital surpassed its record for the most COVID inpatients it has seen in a single day, spiking up to 20 by the end… Continue reading
The Food and Drug Administration gave full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on Monday for people 16 and older, according to a press release… Continue reading
State doctors say ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine aren’t effective at treating COVID-19.
The district is experiencing “supply chain challenges”
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink said the surge has imposed challenges on hospitals and health care workers.
Doors start closing again due to increasing peninsula case counts.
Numerous businesses close for a day or longer for testing of staff as 400th Alaskan dies of COVID-19.
686 COVID cases reported statewide on Thursday
Safeway issued a press release on Thursday stating that additional doses are available at its pharmacies.
83 resident cases and four nonresident cases were reported on the peninsula.
The mandate could take effect as soon as next month.
Pierce shared anecdotes about what he believed was ineffective emergency room treatment.
KPBSD opens doors for first day of classes
There were 14 COVID patients admitted as of Tuesday afternoon.
We now have effective tools to slow the spread of COVID-19, or at least to reduce its impact on an infected person.
Students learning 100% remotely will not be allowed to return to in-person learning outside of the transfer dates outlined.
The new case count includes 147 resident cases on the peninsula and 12 more nonresident cases under investigation.