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Approximately 40 fraudulent claims have been identified in the past week.
Organizers have had to decide how to change their events to match the times.
The offer is meant to assist local businesses financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cases were reported in Anchorage, Kenai, Homer and in unspecified areas of the peninsula.
South Peninsula Hospital announced last week it would begin offering free, rapid COVID-19 testing.
The reopenings are part of phase one of the borough’s approach to reopening responsibly.
Kenai, Homer, Soldotna, Kenai Peninsula Borough and Anchor Point all reported cases.
DHSS also announced two other Alaska cases, one for Anchorage and one for Wasilla.
The platform would be purchased for no more than $400,000, with expected delivery in four to six months.
The state’s chief medical officer also addressed a surge of cases on the Kenai Peninsula.
The extension would be set to end Sept. 19.
Regents to meet next week.
Additional COVID-19 cases announced in Soldotna and in a nonresident visitor to the peninsula
4 of the new cases are on the southern peninsula, and Nikiski has its first case
Salmonfest director confident next year’s festival will go ahead as planned.
The Arctic Slope Native Association reported the first positive case in the North Slope region.
“If the quarantine doesn’t come off pretty soon, I think we’ll just be out of luck this year.”
The 10th running of the event this year would have been June 14.
The state also reported two additional resident cases and two additional nonresident cases.
Ban will stay in effect on the peninsula due to recreational traffic associated with fishing season.