Five unusual COVID-19 cases reported in four Alaska communities Friday – KTUU.com


ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – The Department of Successfully being and Social Companies is reporting five unusual resident cases and one unusual nonresident case. Of the five unusual resident cases, two are in Anchorage, one in Juneau, one in Homer and one in Soldotna.

Alaska now has 430 complete resident cases.

The unusual nonresident case became in a visitor to the Kenai Peninsula Borough. DHSS stated that person had carried out a 14-day quarantine but became “detected as a particular case after.” For the reason that person just is not an Alaska resident, they are going to not be added to the command totals. There bear been 18 nonresident cases identified in Alaska, and DHSS stated three had been guests.

The Metropolis and Borough of Juneau reported its COVID-19 case Thursday, saying that the case became under investigation. Friday, the Metropolis and Borough of Juneau reported an extra case that will be included in the command’s coronavirus records on Saturday.

“The case reported as of late and the one the day old to this appear to be linked to hump outdoors of Alaska,” the Metropolis and Borough stated in a assertion.

Of the unusual resident cases, one is under the age of 10, one mature 10-19, two mature 20-29 and one mature 60-69. Four of the cases are male and one is female.

There became one unusual hospitalization and one unusual recovery reported Friday.

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