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Weekly COVID update
Homer has 44 new positive cases reported in one day
100% remote learning continues for central pen. schools through Dec. 18
National retailers, local businesses and craft fairs will offer sales while emphasizing safety
It remains in effect for 30 days or until the declaration of emergency expires and is not renewed
DHSS reported 583 new cases in Alaska on Tuesday
Dec. 18 is the end of the quarter for most district schools
Affected peninsula communities include Kenai, Other North, Soldotna and Seward
Pfizer announced their COVID-19 vaccine candidate earlier this month, with Moderna not long after
In a Monday release, DHSS said that surging COVID-19 cases are creating a data backlog
34 KPBSD schools continue to operate 100% remotely through at least Nov. 25
The council was joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink and State Testing Coordinator Dr. Coleman Cutchins
The state reported 462 new COVID-19 cases on Friday
The food bank distributed 267,000 pounds of food in October.
The deadline for the Soldotna and borough-wide programs is Monday, Nov. 30 at 5 p.m.
DHSS reported 505 new cases in Alaska Thursday.
34 schools are operating 100% remotely until Nov. 25
Gabriel voiced his concern regarding Central Peninsula Hospital, which reached capacity on Monday.
Wednesday was the fifth day in a row that the state has recorded a daily case increase of more than 550.
All students at 34 peninsula schools continue to operate 100% remotely through at least Nov. 25