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The weekly draw awards one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident $49,000 in cash and scholarships.
Although cases appear to be dropping, officials say Alaska isn’t ‘out of the woods’ yet
Currently, the minimum wage stands at $10.34 hourly.
The man faces several charges, including threatening to murder a U.S. official with intent to intimidate or impede that person while conducting their official duties.
Health officials recommend consulting with a primary care provider to determine eligibility.
The COVID-19 surge is worsened by Alaska’s limited health care system that largely relies on hospitals in Anchorage.
Otis, bear 480, was crowned this year’s winner on Tuesday.
DHSS announced another 871 positive COVID cases Tuesday.
The program was launched across various digital, print and radio advertisements, as well as on public transportation in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau.
Lawmakers discuss making legislative work remote
For the first time in memory, both king and chum salmon have dwindled to almost nothing.
Additional staff are aimed at alleviating strain from COVID-19 surge.
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital said Friday it activated the Crisis Standards of Care policy
Murkowski has not yet stated whether or not she intends to run for reelection in 2022.
In August, 22 pregnant individuals died of COVID in the United States, officials said.
Alaska remains the state with the highest number of new cases per capita in the country.
“Give AK a Shot” awards funds to one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident.
The Alaska State Redistricting Board will collect public input on six maps.
Some shipments on backorder started to arrive Thursday, but supplies are still limited.