DHSS reports first COVID-19 death in the YK Delta; bringing the total to 21 deaths in Alaskan residents – KTUU.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – The State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reports one brand-new COVID-19 death and 98 brand-new COVID-19 cases amongst Alaska locals.
YKHC says they were mindful of the favorable case through testing done in Bethel. The news release says the persons condition aggravated and later died due to issues related to COVID-19.
DHSS reports 584 overall nonresidents have checked positive for COVID-19. The total resident case count is at 2,622.
DHSS reports recuperated cases are at 817, with 1,784 active cases. In addition, there are 116 overall hospitalizations and to date, 21 Alaskans have actually died with COVID-19 considering that March of 2020.

The new case counts are out of the following locations of the state:

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According to a news release from the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation, YKHC saw its first hospitalization and medevac of a COVID-positive individual. YKHC says they were aware of the favorable case through testing done in Bethel. The person stayed in self-isolation and was being kept track of. The news release states the persons condition worsened and later on passed away due to problems related to COVID-19.

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