Kodiak COVID Count: More community spread cases

Despite decreases in active COVID-19 cases on Kodiak, there has been a notable increase in unknown community spread cases.

According to the Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization, there are three more cases of the virus contracted by unknown community spread and two cases of residents who were close contacts of previously known cases, for a total of five new cases today. Contact tracing investigations are underway.

This raised the case count to 151 since the start of the outbreak. There are 17 active cases presently. Four individuals completed their isolation period and have been removed from the active case count total.

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