‘Southeast has just been hammered’: Economists try to see what’s ahead for Alaska’s pandemic recession

The COVID-19 pandemic came at a rough time for Alaska. The state was just beginning to climb out of its recession and was projected to see economic growth. Instead, as the pandemic unfolded and shut down the tourism season, businesses closed and a record number of Alaskans found themselves out of work. 

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