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It’s set to expire on Nov. 15.
The move was made in response to growing COVID-19 case numbers.
DHSS announced 355 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Thursday.
42 new cases were reported on the peninsula Thursday.
The cost and availability of a COVID test depends primarily on the testing location
Shoppers who spend $200 at certain Soldotna businesses may be eligible to receive two $50 vouchers.
Central, southern, eastern peninsula and Susan B. English schools continue to operate remotely.
Governor says decision on whether emergency declaration will expire has not been made
DHSS announced 353 new cases of COVID-19 in Alaska on Wednesday.
381 new cases were reported in 38 communities.
Plans are being made in light of growing COVID-19 case numbers across the peninsula.
Weekly update on the status of peninsula schools.
The state announced 348 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Monday.
The state health department reported about 880 new confirmed cases over the weekend
The state reported a record single-day total of 353 cases on Saturday.
The program will provide up to $1,200 per month, for four months, to eligible households.
Eastern peninsula schools include Moose Pass School, Seward Elementary, Seward Middle School and Seward High School.
Growing infection numbers, increased case rates and mask compliance were all discussed.