A surge in the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska continues with numbers in the triple digits for 21 consecutive days, with 144 new cases, and four more deaths, boosting the overall number of statewide cases to 11,183 and the death toll to 64 residents.
“In the past, Cordova has been able to contain the spread, and I’m hopeful that we can do it again,” Dr. Hannah Sanders said. “Our ability to keep our community and our schools open depends on everybody in the community working together.”
Public comment is welcome through Oct. 19 on the CARES Act fisheries assistance draft spend plan, through which Alaska is to receive $50 million of the $300 million allocated for all coastal states and territories.
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