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203 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Saturday
Staffing shortages and strict PPE requirements are among the challenges CPH workers have faced
Statewide, 8,918 vaccines had been administered as of Dec. 22
Many local churches have turned to digital platforms to help them stay connected to their congregations
Food programs set to run out or diminish in next few weeks
Affected communities include Soldotna, Other North, Homer, Kenai, Seward and Sterling
23 cases were reported on the Kenai Peninsula.
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.
DHSS has anticipated that Moderna’s vaccine will be logistically easier to handle and to distribute
Affected peninsula communities include Homer, Soldotna and Nikiski
By BECKY BOHRER Associated Press JUNEAU — A female clinician not known to have allergies had a probable severe allergic reaction shortly after getting a… Continue reading
Friday marked the end of the KPBSD academic quarter
CPH began administering vaccines on Friday; emergency personnel also received doses
The Kenai Peninsula Borough reported 250 new cases over the past week
All people entering the complex must wear a mask at all times, even when on the ice and practicing.
Soldotna extended their declaration to March 31, while Kenai extended theirs to Jan. 31
Juneau played reluctant host to the country’s first adverse reaction on Tuesday.
22 cases were reported on the Kenai Peninsula
South Peninsula Hospital started offering vaccines to residents and front-line staff on Thursday
Health officials said it was the first reported instance in the U.S.