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Fairbanks residents made up four of the 61 new cases confirmed in Alaska residents over the 24 hour period from midnight to 11:59 p.m. Sunday.
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According to a news release, 37-year-old Maj. Michael ‘Cal’ Gentry, 354th Contracting Squadron commander, was struck by a vehicle while on a cycling trip from Fairbanks to Circle. He was pronounced dead on scene.
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A total of 310 new cases of the disease have been reported by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services over the last two days with 151 cases reported Saturday and 159 cases reported Sunday.