Frank Barton / keyboards, percussion / Kodiak Alaska / February 9, 2020
- UPDATED: New mandates in place as Alaska cases top 100
- Kodiak residents told to ‘hunker down’
- Alaska not prepared for a surge in COVID-19 cases, officials say
- KANA looks to build medical facility on borough land
- Seafood processors implement COVID-19 safety plans for out-of-state workers
- Committee steps away from COVID-19 response
- Coping with virus-related stress
- Hospital builds triage tent to assess virus patients
- Pollock season brings work to local processors
- Kodiak residents face loss of treatment as medical providers prepare for virus
- Erin McGroarty firstname.lastname@example.org
This includes three new cases in Fairbanks, bringing the community total to 30, and two new cases in North Pole, bringing the community total to 10.
Additionally, the state has extended two previous health mandates that were set to expire in the coming days.
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An emergency order signed by Dunleavy on March 26 directs the borough to provide any logistical support requested by the state or the operators of Fairbanks Memorial Hospital “to manage, mitigate or otherwise address this public health crisis related to the spread of COVID-19.