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There were 23 new positive cases of COVID-19 announced Tuesday.
The cases include 28 residents and two nonresidents.
The current average positivity rate for all tests conducted is 1.39%.
It was the largest single-day increase in new cases of COVID-19 among Alaska residents.
Alaska saw 36 new cases of COVID-19 in residents and 12 new nonresident cases.
Anchorage mayor signed an order Friday requiring face coverings in certain indoor public settings.
Recent cases have been identified after possible exposure in bars and other similar venues.
The state is strongly encouraging the wearing of masks, but will not require it.
The new cases include 14 residents and 7 nonresidents.
Council members asked what more can be done to ensure communities are protected from the virus.
Ten new cases were reported in Alaska on Monday.
Johnsen’s resignation announcement came a week after the faculty union demanded he quit.
Twelve of the new cases are Alaska residents and seven are nonresidents.
The Pebble Partnership said at least $3 million a year would be distributed once construction begins
779 fishermen shared their primary concerns from before and after the coronavirus outbreak.
The 20 new cases bring Alaska’s total number of COVID-19 cases among residents to 696
One nonresident case was reported in a seafood industry worker in the Aleutians East Census Area.
Thursday’s case count update brings the number of active cases on the peninsula to 66.
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.