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Health officials recommend consulting with a primary care provider to determine eligibility.
The COVID-19 surge is worsened by Alaska’s limited health care system that largely relies on hospitals in Anchorage.
The agreement cited “continued uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
DHSS announced another 871 positive COVID cases Tuesday.
Multiple parents and board members voiced their concerns about the district’s close contact policy.
Additional staff are aimed at alleviating strain from COVID-19 surge.
Political opportunists care more about spreading political untruths than accepting the facts.
As of Friday, nine KPBSD schools — not including schools in “small communities” — were operating, or were going to start operating Monday, with universal indoor masking for staff and students
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital said Friday it activated the Crisis Standards of Care policy
In August, 22 pregnant individuals died of COVID in the United States, officials said.
Alaska remains the state with the highest number of new cases per capita in the country.
“Give AK a Shot” awards funds to one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident.
Development district works with local operations to hone goals, find funding.
Some shipments on backorder started to arrive Thursday, but supplies are still limited.
He defended the use of the yellow stars, with the words “Do not comply,” worn by some attendees opposing the mask mandate.
It is disturbing to hear, as a triage nurse, the many reasons cited for not getting a vaccine that are based on misinformation.
The state Department of Health and Social Services reported another four COVID-19 deaths Wednesday, which pushes the statewide total to 546 since the pandemic began.… Continue reading
The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association launched a new COVID-19 vaccination promotional campaign Tuesday, with the goal of encouraging more commercial fishermen to get their… Continue reading
Alaska had the most per-capita COVID-19 cases in the country again Monday, as the Department of Health and Social Services reported an additional 4,025 new… Continue reading
Health officials struggle to keep up with coronavirus tracking.