Alaska’s 14-Day COVID Case Count Increasing By 4x, Nation’s Increase Less than 2x
In the last two weeks, Alaska’s case count of active COVID-19 infections has gone from 50 on July 7 to over 200 July 21. The state has raised the alert level to high throughout most of its coastline starting just north of Ketchikan and Prince of Wales Island, which is still at intermediate, and continuing north and west past Kodiak, the Alaskan Peninsula, Bristol Bay and to the Aleutian Islands.
That’s because in addition to Sitka, where another 62 resident cases were reported Tuesday and ...
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