Kodiak COVID-19 Case Number 73

Kodiak’s COVID-19 count has grown by one more case, bringing the total to 73.

The Kodiak Area Emergency Services Area says this report involves someone who traveled to Kodiak and was quarantined immediately upon arrival. Health officials are staying in contact with this person, to ensure self-isolation and self-care.

Of the 73 cases reported since April, only one is considered active locally. Fifty of the reports involve non-residents. The rest are considered local.

20200921 Positive Test Announcement – Case 73

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