The state of Alaska reported 119 brand-new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, marking the most statewide cases in a single day given that the start of the pandemic. The cases stemmed from one staff member who had actually contracted COVID-19 through community spread. There have been 2,277 validated COVID-19 cases in Alaska given that the beginning of the pandemic. There are 1,427 active COVID-19 cases in Alaska and 832 individuals have recovered from the virus. The previous day-to-day high case count was reported last Sunday, with 116 cases on July 12.
Were making coronavirus protection offered without a membership as a civil service. We depend on reader assistance to do this work. Please think about joining others in supporting regional journalism in Alaska for simply $3.23 a week. The state of Alaska reported 119 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, marking the most statewide cases in a single day because the start of the pandemic. No new deaths or hospitalizations were reported. There were 82 homeowner and 37 non-resident cases, according to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services coronavirus reaction website. Thirty-six of the 37 non-resident cases were found in Unalaska and one in Juneau. In Alaska residents, there were 36 cases in Anchorage, 10 in the Yukon-Koyukuk census area, 9 in Fairbanks, 7 in Wasilla, four each in Eagle River and Juneau, 3 in Soldotna, two in Homer and one each in Nikiski, Seward, Palmer, Sutton-Alpine, Ketchikan, a neighborhood marked as “other” in the Southeast Fairbanks census area and a neighborhood labeled as “other” in the Nome census location. The City and Borough of Juneau announced Sunday that 26 seafood workers evaluated favorable for COVID-19. The outcomes were not consisted of in the states Sunday count since the test outcomes were processed on Sunday, making them too late to consist of in the states complete count of Saturday cases. 9 staff members at Juneaus Alaska Glacier Seafoods evaluated positive for the infection recently, the city said in an online declaration. The cases stemmed from one worker who had contracted COVID-19 through community spread. The remaining 113 staff members were then evaluated for the virus and 26 individuals were favorable. The contaminated individuals are isolating, the city stated. It was not immediately clear the number of them are non-residents. 6 seafood workers evaluated positive for COVID-19 in Unalaska Friday, according to an online statement from the city. All crew members who were aboard the American Seafoods vessel with the infected people were evaluated for COVID-19, the company stated in a statement Friday. If the spike in cases Sunday was tied to the outbreak on the vessel, it was not immediately clear. There are now 48 COVID-19 cases verified in Unalaska. There have been 2,277 verified COVID-19 cases in Alaska because the start of the pandemic. Eighteen Alaskans who contracted the virus have died, consisting of an Anchorage woman in her mid-50s whose death was reported Saturday. She had pre-existing health conditions, DHSS stated in an online statement. There are 1,427 active COVID-19 cases in Alaska and 832 people have actually recuperated from the virus. Currently, there are 27 people in the medical facility who checked favorable for COVID-19 or are thought to have actually contracted it and are waiting for test results, according to the state of Alaska. Because the beginning of the pandemic, 99 people have actually been hospitalized for COVID-19 statewide. The variety of cases throughout the state has been gradually increasing in previous weeks. Sunday marks the 2nd time the state has seen over 100 cases in a single day. The previous everyday high case count was reported last Sunday, with 116 cases on July 12.