The Kodiak Emergency Services Council announced four new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of positive cases on Kodiak Island to 25. 

The island has seen nine cases in four days. Nine of the total number of cases are classified as active. 

The cases are travel related, non-residents who work in the seafood industry, said a Kodiak Emergency Services Council press release. 

The four people who tested positive are being isolated and will remain in contact with staff from the Alaska department of Public Health to ensure self-isolation and care. 

The press release also said that staff from the Department of Public Health have also conducted the contact investigations. 

This is a developing story.

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