Alaska’s July COVID-19 Curve Rises, Seafood Processors Receive More Detailed Guidance
On July 7, Alaska’s COVID-19 daily count reached 49, the highest since the pandemic began there. Four of that day’s new cases were seafood related. Although cases related to the seafood industry represent more than half of the 248 non-resident cases seen in Alaska, they represent between 10% and 12% of all current and recovered statewide cases.
It's important to note that seafood-related cases, on average, present a lower risk of contagion to the coastal communities where they occur and to the state at large ...
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