Kodiak COVID Count: Another travel-related case

Another travel-related case of COVID 19 was reported today for the Kodiak region.

This brings the total number of cases reported since October 20th to 43. That’s when the recent spike in infections began. It’s also about 30 percent of the total number of cases reported since April, when the first positive tests of the virus emerged.

The Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization said this case involves a resident of the borough, who had recently traveled. Contact tracing investigations are underway

Currently there 36 cases considered active.

The total number of COVID-Cases in the Kodiak region since the counting began is now at 138.

Currently the risk level for Kodiak is yellow, or medium. It limits gatherings of more than 20 people with social distancing restrictions.

Here is the press release from the Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization: 

20201104 Positive Test Announcement – Case 138

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