Update: Pandemic spread in triple digits for 27th day

Update: A surge in the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska, now in triple digits for more than three weeks, has pushed the number of infected to 12,432 individuals.

City awarded for outstanding pandemic response

“We appreciate the teamwork and collaboration demonstrated by the city of Cordova in response to the pandemic and economic crisis,” said Alaska Municipal League Executive Director Nils Andreassen. “We understand the tireless efforts this requires, and the resilience of the community.”

3 new virus cases raise active case count to 12

Cordova reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus Friday, Jan. 15.

$10 toilet paper? Coronavirus gouging complaints surge in US

One store advertised hand sanitizer at $60 a bottle. Another was accused of hawking it at $1 a squirt. Chain stores were accused of selling $26 thermometers and face masks at the “everyday low price” of $39.95 a pair, while a convenience store offered toilet paper at $10 a roll next to a sign reading: “This is not a joke.”

Alaska confirmed cases of COVID-19 reaches 114

Twelve new cases of novel coronavirus in Alaska were confirmed on Sunday, March 29, all in communities with existing patients, boosting the statewide total to 114.

School district distributes bag lunches

Three weeks after the beginning of an indefinitely long spring break, classes are still suspended, but lunch is back on.

5 online courses to train your brain during self-quarantine

The Great Courses Plus offers a free trial for 14 days — the same length of time you’ll be self-isolating if you’ve just arrived from outside Cordova.
Cordova Community Medical Center. (Sept. 13, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

The Eyak Corporation provides aid for community health

Officials with Native Village of Eyak, The Eyak Corporation and Cordova Community Medical Center are banding together to provide financial relief for Cordova as the community faces the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 infection count reaches 370, with 263 recovered

Case counts on the number of Alaskans infected by the novel coronavirus pandemic continue to rise on a single digit basis, with two new cases confirmed on Monday, May 4, bringing the statewide total to 370, with 263 people now recovered.

Commentary: Dunleavy’s plan is far from what we need

Dunleavy's aimless leadership has endangered Alaska businesses, writes Aaron Welterlen.

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