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Alaskan-owned small businesses create tens of thousands of jobs.
The Wednesday Market is seen by many as a return to normalcy after the past several months.
The state announced cases in Homer, Nikiski, Seward, Soldotna and an unidentified peninsula community.
Officials discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, rent and mortgage relief and testing out-of-state visitors.
The center had been operating on a limited, reservation-only basis.
The 7 total employees will quarantine on the ship; all 6 passengers tested negative
DHSS updates the way cases are recorded for the Kenai Peninsula
Alaska 20 players glad to return to sports
She was case No. 32, city says.
Contact your community to see if there are other local options available to help your business.
These funds were allocated by the governor and approved by the Legislature as part of the CARES Act.
The 19 cases reported on Monday are from seven different communities in Alaska
6 passengers, remaining crew will all be tested and asked to quarantine
The state announced 11 new resident cases Friday, and 12 new cases Saturday across Alaska.
During a virtual town hall, commissioners fielded questions from the public on state recreation.
Seventeen of the 18 new nonresident cases are workers in the seafood industry.
Owners have been getting feelers from in-state visitors, but so far reservations have been rare.
Those arriving from outside the state must self-quarantine, but revisions allow for exceptions.
11 members of the department have been quarantined due to the possibility of COVID-19 exposure.
20 new cases of COVID-19 reported, including 5 on the Kenai Peninsula.