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Police ask for public to use common-sense, follow guidelines
“I can’t recall anything else so close to so many people as to what we’re facing now.”
‘We’re all in this together’
Whatever hardship Alaskans face, the business of the state must go on.
The official deadline is 11:59 p.m., April 30.
Residents facing financial hardships due to the pandemic will not see their electricity shut off.
The testing will only be available for those who already have a medical referral.
Alaska’s total COVID-19 case count rose to 119 on Monday
The latest death is a 73-year-old Anchorage resident.
Public health officials investigating contacts.
This is Homer’s first case within the city; state total climbs to 102
Local churches adapt to state mandates limiting physical congregations
The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District releases results of a survey of 721 businesses.
Alaska Native Medical Center announced the death Friday afternoon
This brings the total number of illnesses caused by the novel coronavirus in Alaska to 69.
Claims filed during the latest weekly reporting period totaled 7,806, up from 1,120 the week prior.
Borough could experience a 30-60% “negative impact” in sales tax revenue due to the global pandemic.
There is a shortage of personal protective equipment for health professionals.
“It’s hard to arrest someone when you’re 6 feet away from them.”
That bill advances to the House of Representatives and is expected to pass.