The Kodiak Emergency Operations Center did not report any new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. 

The most recent positive case was tested on Feb. 5. 

There are now six active cases in Kodiak, with no one in the hospital. There have been 1,047 cases of the virus reported in the borough since the start of the pandemic. 

Alaska has administered 110,626 first doses to people around the state, and 45,626 have received the second dose. 

As of now, anyone over the age of 65 is eligible to get the vaccine. 

To make an appointment in Kodiak, visit or call 907-646-3322. 

Walmart will be the fifth provider on Kodiak to offer the vaccine starting on Feb. 12, joining Kodiak Island Ambulatory Care Clinic, Safeway, Kodiak Community Health Center and KANA. 

A press release said that Kodiak’s Walmart will be one of seven in Alaska that will begin administering vaccine doses on Feb. 12. 

On Tuesday, the Department of Health and Social Services reported 116 new cases of coronavirus in the state, as well as one new death related to the virus.  

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