While Virus Climbs Past 3,000 Cases in Alaska, Only 8% are Seafood-Related
In the last five days of recorded COVID-19 cases in Alaska (July 11-15) a record 357 cases were confirmed, the highest jump since the pandemic reached Alaska. However, the incidence of both non-resident cases (64) and seafood-related cases (19) during the same period grew at a much slower rate.
Although Alaska still compares well with the rest of the country in terms of number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths, it is no longer the state with the fewest positive cases. With a total...
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