The boat belongs to Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. The harbor master couldn’t comment who was on board the ship. However, he said the passengers complied with state mandates.
So far Dunleavy hasn’t changed his mind. He said he would wear a mask if he’s with seniors or people with underlying health conditions, but won’t speak through a mask if invited to speak to a get-together.
Under the revised mandate, out-of-state travelers can choose between two alternatives to a 14-day quarantine.
Dunleavy’s new mandates also lay out required procedures that will allow for the resumption of many parts of Alaska’s economy, like outdoor gyms, day camps, chartered fishing vessels and more.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy says the state is getting a handle on the personal protective equipment needed by health care workers, and that’s allowing the change.