The Juneau Assembly will consider reenacting its emergency measures to combat COVID-19 at a special meeting this evening.
Travelers will have to upload proof they’ve completed a full series of an authorized coronavirus vaccine.
A small percentage of Alaska’s COVID-19 cases have involved fully vaccinated people. Here’s what we know so far.
While half of the state’s population is vaccinated, they make up around 1% of COVID-19 hospitalizations; unvaccinated individuals make up 99% of hospitalizations.
The American Constellation is set to arrive early Saturday morning and will stay in town for 10 days
The Southcentral Foundation told employees the vaccine requirement will help workers deliver “the highest level of care and safety” to patients.
Reborn airline Ravn Alaska has hired several people to study daily, year-round trans-Pacific service that its chief executive said could launch as soon as next summer.
Sitka-based Alaskan Dream Cruises is requiring COVID-19 vaccination for passengers age 18 and up, and it’s allowing those guests to explore communities and shop.
Ketchikan health officials, advocates concerned over recent COVID-19 cases in people experiencing homelessness
While just a handful of cases among unhoused people in Ketchikan have been reported, it’s difficult to trace contacts and there is not a lot of space to isolate and quarantine.
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit is reporting its highest rates of the disease since January.
Alaska providers say they’re seeing a sharp increase in the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses going to waste, underscoring how quickly the state is running out of residents eager to receive the shots.