Alaska Positive: 745 new cases in 24 hours – Must Read Alaska

By | November 15, 2020

One death and 745 new people were identified with COVID-19 in Alaska over the past 24 hour reporting period.

They were located in Anchorage (433), Fairbanks (63), Eagle River (44), Wasilla (31), Bethel (19), Juneau (15), Soldotna (14), North Pole (13), Chugiak (12), Ketchikan (11), Delta Junction (9), Homer (9), Kenai (7), Bethel Census Area (6), Kenai Peninsula Borough South (5), Palmer (5), Utqiaġvik (5), Fairbanks North Slope Borough (4), Valdez-Cordova Census Area (3), Fritz Creek (2), Kenai Peninsula Borough North (2), Nikiski (2), Seward (2), Sterling (2), Yakutat & Hoonah-Angoon (2), Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area (2) and one each in Bristol Bay/Lake & Peninsula boroughs, Cordova, Denali Borough, Ketchikan Gateway Borough,  Kodiak, Kotzebue, Kusilvak Census Area,  Metlakatla, Nome, Petersburg, Sitka , Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, and two in unknown communities still under investigation.  

A total of 862,264 tests have been conducted, with 25,782 tests conducted in the previous seven days.

The average percentage of daily positive tests for the previous seven days is 8.94%. 

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