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The state had an estimated rolling average of 253.3 cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days.
Statewide there were 85 COVID-related hospitalizations as of Tuesday, with nine patients on ventilators.
New study looks at PFD spending by parents
Kurka said he was motivated to run by a sense of betrayal from Dunleavy.
No weather or floating lines could stay these Coast Guardsmen about their task.
The state reported 632 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska.
The agency is handing out $4.3 million to participating tribal organizations nationwide.
The deaths, which included a Kenai woman in her 40s, pushed the total to 840 since the pandemic began.
Fellow West Point graduates called on Eastman to resign after his membership in the Oath Keepers became public.
The state also encourages all eligible adults to get a booster shot to increase protection for the holiday season.
Overall fish harvesting jobs in Alaska dropped by the widest margin since 2000 — 14.1% — in 2020.
Alaska remained at a high COVID transmission alert level Monday.
Most of the deaths took place in October.
In 2019, during the Trump administration, the EPA withdrew proposed restrictions.
At 16.7 million acres, Tongass is the largest national forest in the country.
As cases trend downward, health officials encourage vaccines, boosters.
House approval is still expected on a near party-line vote.
The Novarupta eruption was the most powerful of the 20th century and ranks among the largest in recorded history.
President Joe Biden signed the $1.2 trillion deal earlier this week that includes about $11 billion in benefits for Indian Country.