The latest: Alaska reports 213 new COVID-19 cases

Update: Cases of the novel coronavirus in Alaska reached a new daily high of 231 people as of Sunday, July 26, including 186 Alaskans and 45 nonresidents.

Parts of Alaska coast under tsunami warning after 7.8 quake

Parts of Alaska are under a tsunami warning after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.8 Tuesday, July 21.

The latest: Alaska virus cases rise hangs in triple digits

Update: Eight more nonresident seafood workers from Southeast Alaska to the city of Kodiak are among the latest 111 people testing positive for COVID-19, state health officials said.

Update: Alaska virus cases continue rise in double digits

Update: On Saturday, July 18, the state Department of Health and Social Services announced that another 62 residents and 16 nonresidents are the latest to be diagnosed with COVID-19.

Stevens: Solutions needed for state’s scholastic woes

“I still think distance learning has possibilities, but to this point it has not been as successful as everyone thought it would be,” Sen. Gary Stevens said

Alaska: Resident infections hit single-day high of 63

Numbers of people testing positive for the novel coronavirus in Alaska are mounting, with 78 new cases on Saturday, July 11, the highest single-day count yet, state health officials said.

The latest: Pandemic patients still rising in double digits

COVID-19 cases continue to spike in Alaska. Twenty-five new cases were reported on Monday, June 29, among them 21 residents of eight communities and four nonresidents, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services said.

More nonresident seafood workers test positive

COVID-19 case numbers rose sharply this week, including the addition of a dozen nonresident seafood workers in Dillingham and two more in Cordova.

Update: 33 new residents test positive for COVID-19 during weekend

Update: Thirty-three new residents tested positive for COVID-19 during the weekend, along with four additional nonresidents, boosting the statewide count of COVID-19 cases in Alaska to 755, plus 106 nonresidents, mostly seafood industry workers.

Update: COVID-19 count in Alaska reaches 696

Update: COVID-19’s march across Alaska has picked up speed again, with the number of newly infected back in double digits, including 32 new cases within two days.



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