Kodiak reported its seventh confirmed positive COVID-19 case Friday evening, a nonresident believed to be travel related, according to a press release from the Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization.

“Kodiak Public Health officials have made contact with the individual and will continue to monitor their condition to ensure self-isolation and care,” the release said. “This person has been in quarantine and the contact investigation is complete.”

Of the seven cases in the Kodiak Island Borough so far, three are recovered and four are active and isolating.

After 48 days without a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, Kodiak has recorded six cases in June — three since June 12.

The state reported 26 positive COVID-19 test results on Thursday — 14 Alaska residents and 12 nonresidents. There are now 722 cases in Alaska, with 457 recovered.

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