Dunleavy and other state leaders say more rapid testing machines and tests are expected soon. The state is also adding more people to work on contact tracing.
Gov. Dunleavy said the state is aiming to have an answer to the problem by Thursday or Friday.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s latest COVID-19 press conference is scheduled for 5 p.m. today. The governor, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Adam Crum, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, Chief Epidemiologist Dr. Joe McLaughlin and DHSS Public Health Director Heidi Hedberg are scheduled to appear. In previous conferences, they have shared updates…
It doesn’t appear that any state has intentionally ended its emergency orders.
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That, coupled with people who are refusing to cooperate with contact tracers is racing concern among state and local public health leaders.
Gross’ health care background is important to his campaign, but it has also opened him up to criticism from Sen. Dan Sullivan.
Dunleavy veto statements said both the Legislature and the executive branch are opposed to state funding of elective abortions, adding “the only branch of government that insists on State-funded elective abortions is the Supreme Court.”
Arduin said Dunleavy could improve his ranking by cutting state spending and working to change state policies on welfare and labor unions.