The victim — a processor on the vessel — criticized the worker “for serving food without gloves,” prosecutors said in a court filing.
The center’s operators say all 75 residents of the center are being tested for the virus.
Fitch Ratings expressed concern that Alaska leaders would continue to pull large amounts from the state’s reserves.
One of the biggest casualties of the coronavirus pandemic is fun — there are no sports, no going out to bars or movies.
Hundreds of businesses have filed plans with the state outlining how they’ll bring out-of-state workers safely into Alaska.
Now that people are hunkered down because of COVID-19, more customers are buying groceries online — which isn’t possible for everyone.
People experiencing homelessness are exempt under Juneau’s hunker-down order. For many of them, the threat of a pandemic is just not as high of a priority as staying warm or getting their next meal.
The first person to die in Alaska after testing positive for COVID-19 passed away Friday at Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy on Friday announced two new mandates to further limit Alaskans’ movement and travel within the state, as the number of known COVID-19 cases continues to grow, and the first Alaskan died in the state after testing positive for the disease.
Hair salons, spas, nail salons, barbershops, and tattoo and piercing parlors all over Alaska are closed under an order by the governor intended to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.