The child, Joshua John Rukovishnikoff, was buried on top of his mother’s grave during a memorial service Saturday.
Lawyers for the 13 child plaintiffs claim the state has known about widespread foster care problems for years but hasn’t addressed them.
Because the city’s COVID-19 emergency operations ended at the end of April, city officials can no longer mandate mask wearing or any other pandemic mitigation strategies.
Eleven residents and two staff members have been diagnosed with the disease.
The closest Planned Parenthood location to Soldotna will be in Anchorage, a three-hour drive away.
Juneau’s two public high schools saw an increase in new COVID-19 cases following their proms. Masks were optional at both events.
Abbott, one of the largest formula-makers in the U.S., has reached an agreement with the government to bring a closed factory back on line. And the FDA is easing some restrictions on imported formula.
With little public data about COVID-19 cases on ships, some community members in Haines worry that the ships could also bring a surge in coronavirus cases.
Alaska reported its first case of the highly pathogenic avian influenza in early May, furthering the spread of what is now an international bird flu outbreak.
The authorization makes all children in that age group who received their second shot at least five months ago eligible to receive a third shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.