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Newscast – Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021

State health officials reported another 41 Juneau residents who have tested positive for COVID-19, 
Alaska broke its daily COVID-19 record on Wednesday, 
Over half of all beds at Central Peninsula Hospital are now occupied by COVID-19 patients and the hospital is almost a third overcapacity, 
A deadline has passed for local candidates and issues groups all over the state to disclose their campaign finances ahead of local elections on Oct. 5, 
At the latest Juneau COVID-19 community update, people had a lot of questions. Juneau health officials spent about an hour answering them, 
Gov. Mike Dunleavy painted a stark picture of the state’s COVID-19 woes as a surge in cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19 put hospitals in crisis mode. He announced Wednesday the state has contracted 400 additional healthcare workers from the Lower-48. 

Wednesday, September 22nd: Patients and families as partners in care. St. Vincent de Paul fundraiser. Juneau Nordic Ski recruitment.

Getting families more involved in patient care: That’s one of goals of Bartlett Regional Hospital. On Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon, how these partnerships speed-up the healing process. Also on Tuesday’s show: All it takes is a pair of tennis shoes – and a commitment to walk or run — to help St. Vincent de Paul raise…

Joint Armed Services Committee

Presentations: Armed Services by – Brigadier General Torrence Saxe, Adjutant General, Alaska National Guard; Commissioner, Alaska Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs – Lieutenant General David A. Krumm, Commander, Alaskan Command, United States Northern Command; Commander, Eleventh Air Force, Pacific Air Forces; and Commander North American Aerospace Defense Command Region, North American Aerospace Defense Command,…

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