The first Friday of July is fully booked, but there are a few walk-in appointments available if you’re willing to wait.
One shipment of Moderna vaccines has already arrived at the Juneau Public Health office, but they are waiting for Pfizer vaccines to arrive before opening appointments to Juneau’s youngest residents.
The Juneau School District is no longer requiring students to quarantine at home after being exposed to someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Instead, families now have the option to use antigen tests before sending their kids out the door.
“We’re pretty much overwhelmed with referrals right now,” said the Community Assistance Response and Emergency Services director.
he 2020 Termination Dust Invitational drew more than 300 players, coaches and fans to arenas in the city in early October. They came from the municipality itself, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the Kenai Peninsula and Juneau.
Summer is nearly over for Juneau kids. It’s back to school on Tuesday for first through 12th graders; kindergarten starts next Thursday. That means it’s time for shots, that little poke in the arm that allows youngsters to attend Alaska public schools. Juneau Public Health, part of the Alaska Division of Public Health, and the…