The city is holding its first small pop-clinic Friday at a local business.
Health officials say the state is still far from reaching herd immunity — a point where enough people are protected from the virus that it no longer spreads easily through the population.
The order comes as misdemeanor trials are set to resume April 19 and felony trials June 1, after being mostly put on pause for more than a year due to the pandemic.
A single case of the B.1.351 variant was detected last month in the Anchorage-Mat-Su area.
One student said that an overwhelming sense of exhaustion pervaded his school’s campus.
Beginning today, April 6, community members will be able to ask questions during the weekly event
Whether cruise lines will return to Alaska this summer remains an open question, but hope appears to be fading.
Juneau Emergency Medical Associates put up the prize money to try to nudge people who are on the fence into getting vaccinated.
The city is projected to face roughly $33 million in revenue losses, but the community was allocated just $1.7 million in direct federal funding.
YKHC hopes to vaccinate every child aged 12 to 15 in the region once Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is approved for that age group.