- UPDATED: New mandates in place as Alaska cases top 100
- Loss of bear hunting season could cost Kodiak $3M
- Alaska not prepared for a surge in COVID-19 cases, officials say
- Kodiak residents told to ‘hunker down’
- Seafood processors implement COVID-19 safety plans for out-of-state workers
- KANA looks to build medical facility on borough land
- Committee steps away from COVID-19 response
- Volunteer group helps at-risk residents
- Hospital builds triage tent to assess virus patients
- Coping with virus-related stress
- Alistair Gardiner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated 12:20 p.m.: RavnAir Group today announced that it is further reducing its operating fleet from 30 aircraft to three, due to the “dramatic and continuing 90% reduction in passenger revenue bookings” resulting from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. A statement sent by the airline to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner states that it “has been forced to take further actions to drastically cut costs.”
- By Erin McGroarty and Dorothy Chomicz, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
“All in-state travel between communities, whether resident, worker, or visitor, is prohibited unless travel is to support critical infrastructure, or for critical personal needs."
- Erin McGroarty, email@example.com
Updated 8:15 p.m: 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.