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The initial investigations into Juneau’s cases announced on Thursday and Friday show that both are travel-related.
The latest cases include five Alaskans: two from the Kenai Peninsula, two from the Anchorage area and one from Juneau.
The announcement extinguishes any chance of salvaging Alaska’s delayed cruise ship season.
Juneau’s Assembly with meet to discuss COVID-19 mitigation and the out-of-state travel quarantine, federal CARES Act funding, child care relief and an ordinance requiring cloth face masks on Capital Transit buses.
The Juneau Assembly is nearing the end of its annual budget process with a notably brighter outlook than the one it started with.
Juneau’s case is one of 13 new cases reported on Thursday by the state.
The increase was driven by seven new cases in the Kenai Peninsula Borough. There also were four in Anchorage, one in Juneau and the first case in the North Slope Borough.
The facility’s most recent case was discovered after the state Department of Corrections tested 73 staff and 168 inmates two weeks ago.
“This will be short-term painful and long-term much, much better traffic flow in the corridor,” said Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities project manager Catherine Wilkins.