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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
Modifications will be made in response to growing COVID-19 case numbers
CPH opened nine surge beds on Tuesday, eight of which are occupied
Obesity, smoking and diabetes among common health issues, according to health officials.
The earliest in-person learning could resume for schools currently operating remotely is Nov. 30.
He issued a new disaster declaration, which took effect Monday, despite questions from some lawmakers about its legal underpinnings.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported 563 new COVID-19 cases on Monday.