Since February 18, health officials have reported 85 cases in the community of about 3,200.
Some speculated that Teuber could have intentionally crashed his helicopter, while others noted that the aircraft went missing in an area known as challenging for pilots.
There’s required testing and face masks, plus a shorter trail and a smaller group of mushers signed up to compete.
The new changes don’t mean the city is lifting all the requirements, but they are meant to be encouraging for COVID-conscious travelers.
For more than a decade, Teuber was the president of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and one of the most powerful executives in Alaska.
Alaska is opening COVID-19 vaccines to all Alaskans age 55 and older, those deemed essential workers and other groups, the state announced Wednesday.
House Rep. Zack Fields got a complaint from a whistleblower that Ledbetter was blocking enforcement of state workplace safety standards. Now, they’re investigating.
Case count trends lines are going in the right direction, but city officials are worried about more aggressive variants of COVID-19 making their way to Juneau.
Sitka’s alert level remains at “low,” with only three new cases of the virus reported in the last week.
Officials say Cordova’s outbreak is a painful reminder of how quickly a single person’s actions during a pandemic can affect an entire community.