Alaska reports 114 new virus cases and no new deaths – Anchorage Daily News

State data upgraded Friday likewise revealed there were 2 new resident cases in Kenai, 3 in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area and one resident case each in Juneau, Unalaska, Valdez and smaller communities in both the Valdez-Cordova Census Area and the combined Yakutat and Hoonah-Angoon area.

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The new cases involve 108 residents and 6 nonresidents, bringing the cumulative overall of active infection cases between the two groups to 2,591, the states coronavirus information center showed Friday. Since March, 2,990 homeowners and 687 nonresidents in Alaska have evaluated positive for the virus.

The 114 brand-new cases reflect the favorable outcomes recorded out of 8,049 test outcomes returned Thursday. Far, 233,106 COVID-19 tests have actually been carried out in Alaska because the pandemic started, according to state information.

In the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the state reported new cases including 5 homeowners and one nonresident in Wasilla, two Palmer homeowners, one Houston resident and one Big Lake local.

Statewide since Friday, 133 people verified to have actually COVID-19 needed hospitalization at some time, a boost of five from the previous day. But state information revealed existing hospitalizations for COVID-19 patients dropped to 28, below 37 the previous day, while there were 12 people presently hospitalized who were under examination for the illness as well. Twenty-three Alaskans have actually passed away with the virus.

The Municipality of Anchorage saw the bulk of the new cases reported Friday, with 73 brand-new cases amongst Anchorage locals and three amongst Eagle River citizens.

Of the remaining nonresident cases, 2 remained in unknown areas, one involved a Ketchikan tourism worker and there was one case each in Valdez and Juneau.

Alaska reported 114 brand-new COVID-19 cases on Friday, extending a rise in cases that began in late May.

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Farther north, 11 Fairbanks citizens and two North Pole residents evaluated favorable.