ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – The Department of Health and Social Services reports two new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. The cases were reported in Nome and Douglas, a community in the city and the Juneau district.
Norton Sound Health Corporation reported the Nome case on Thursday and this new case brings Nome’s total case to two.
Of the cases, one is aged 10-19 and the other 20-29. One is female and the other is male. There were no new recoveries for the virus and kept the overall recovery for the state at 356.
DHSS says there were no new deaths or hospitalizations and the state has conducted 41
“As we enter Memorial Day weekend and Alaska enters phases 3 and 4 of Alaska’s Resume Responsible Plan, I want to remind Alaskans that the virus is still here and encourage everyone to continue with the personal protective measures we have practiced for months, “DHSS Commissioner Adam Crum said in a prepared statement.
In total, there have been 404 cases in the state with 38 active cases reported on Friday.
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