Kodiak COVID Count: 10 new cases emerge before Thanksgiving day

The Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization has announced new COVID-19 cases for the Kodiak Island Borough.

10 new cases have been reported, including one case tested on the 19th of November and not reported, which was a close contact of a previous case.

There is another reported close contact case, four community spread cases, and four cases under investigation for contraction of the virus.

This brings the case count to 256 since the start of the pandemic in the Kodiak Island Borough, with 79 cases currently classified as active. Three individuals completed their isolation period, and have been removed from the active case count.

Graphic by Aaren Ellsworth.

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