When the pandemic began, Rainforest sent patients home and turned the clinic into an overflow site in case the hospital ran out of room.
Staff say everyone who was tested for the virus received negative results.
If plans are approved, residents would pay rent and serve the community by volunteering.
Eight candidates are running for three Juneau Assembly seats and three are running for two school board positions.
Camp Director Randy Alderfer says one of the campers received a negative test result as of Monday afternoon, but they were still waiting to hear about the other.
A total of 61 people who work at the processing facility have tested positive since the outbreak was discovered.
Juneau seafood processor says they didn’t count on community spread
City officials say the individual was isolated from the time they arrived at the facility until they were released on Wednesday. They have since been ordered to isolate away from others.
Travelers arriving in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from Alaska are now expected to self-quarantine for 14 days.
During a special meeting Monday night, the Juneau Assembly passed an emergency ordinance mandating face coverings in public.