Kodiak COVID Count: Active cases climb higher

COVID cases continue to rise in Kodiak, according to the Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization.

Sixteen new COVID-19 cases have been reported for the Kodiak Island Borough. Four cases are travel related, six cases are close contacts of previously announced cases, three cases are classified as general community spread, and three cases are under investigation for contraction of the virus.

This brings the total case count on Kodiak to 217 since the start of the outbreak. 63 cases are currently classified as active. Four individuals have completed their isolation period and have been removed from active status.


Posted by Kodiak Emergency Operations Center on Friday, November 20, 2020

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