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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 7 total employees will quarantine on the ship; all 6 passengers tested negative
DHSS updates the way cases are recorded for the Kenai Peninsula
She was case No. 32, city says.
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.
Cuts, mergers and reductions.
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.
Approximately 40 fraudulent claims have been identified in the past week.
Like the virus, this budget challenge is real, painful and demands that we take swift action.
The state’s chief medical officer also addressed a surge of cases on the Kenai Peninsula.
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
The Arctic Slope Native Association reported the first positive case in the North Slope region.
People called in to testify.
The state also reported two additional resident cases and two additional nonresident cases.