Alaska Has Lowest COVID-19 Numbers, But What Happens When Salmon Season Starts?
With only 272 cases of COVID-19, Alaska has the lowest numbers of COVID-19 cases of any other state in the U.S. It has less than half that of Hawaii, another state protected by geographic isolation. Alaska's low numbers are due in larger part, though, to early health and travel mandates by Governor Dunleavy, and daily updates by the state’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Zink, including a broadcast on Easter Sunday.
Despite that, Alaska's curve is still in an upward trajectory, with 15 new cases...
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