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COVID-19 Information
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Keep yourself and your loved ones safe by following the guidelines of CDC and local health departments. 

Stay Informed

The COVID-19 worldwide pandemic has affected every American in so many ways and we are all learning how to live with the threat of it. But there are some simple things that you can do to decrease the likelihood of contracting the virus or spreading it to your loved ones. Stay informed of ever-changing news related to the spread of the virus, treatments and development of vaccines. Learn how to protect yourself and others.

Berkeley News, June 8, 2020

UC Berkeley Study: COVID-19 Safety Measures Stopped 500M Infections, 60 Million In U.S.

Emergency health and safety measures taken in six major countries have prevented more than 500 million infections during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Anchorage Daily News, June 9, 2020 at 4:48 PM, Updated June 10, 2020

Alaska sees highest active virus case count since start of pandemic

Twenty more Alaskans have tested positive for COVID-19, state health officials reported.

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CDC Guidelines

Find resources shared by the CDC that can help you stay informed about COVID-19. Go here to find pdf files of these two documents and many more.

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Alaska COVID-19 Resources

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services


Navigate the current phase of Alaska's COVID-19 response:

Reopening Alaska Responsibly

DHSS guidance documents

Health mandates

Health alerts for the public

Health alerts for clinicians

Multi-lingual and American Sign Language resources

Search CDC's guidance

Read the latest guidance from the department:

Large gatherings and crowds


Guidance for parents, schools, and childcare programs
from the Center for Disease Control

Be sure and wear your mask
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for information and guidance.