Dunleavy expressed concern that protests could spread COVID-19.
Under the revised mandate, out-of-state travelers can choose between two alternatives to a 14-day quarantine.
So far, the state has recorded a total of 505 cases among residents, with 373 recoveries. There are 22 cases among nonresidents, 15 of them are seafood workers from out of state.
At least one passenger trying to purchase a walk-on ticket reports being turned away from the ferry.
This post answers questions about the state’s mandatory quarantine, how effective it’s been and how it has been enforced these past few weeks.
Ed King has lived in Juneau for four years. Since leaving his job at the state last year, he started his own firm focused on Alaska’s economy.
Almost half of Sunday’s record new coronavirus cases discovered at Anchorage long-term care facility.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is ending Alaska’s 14-day quarantine for new arrivals.
Dr. Andy Elsberg told a joint meeting of the House State Affairs and Health and Social Services committees that the state should be doing more to require businesses and individuals to follow health guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Officials and experts caution that the decision-making around the reopening can be complicated and hard for the public to follow