Kodiak COVID Count: Kodiak passes 100 active cases

Kodiak has broken 100 active cases of COVID-19, as testing from after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend has been factored into the case count.

36 new cases have been reported for the Kodiak Island Borough by the Kodiak Emergency Operation Center.

Six new cases not previously reported and tested on the 28th of November include two new travel-related cases, three close contact cases, and one unknown contraction case.

30 cases tested on the 30th of November include one community spread case, 21 close contact cases, and eight cases in which the means of contraction is unknown.

One additional case was identified as not having been previously reported. The individual tested positive off-island on the 17th of November, and is not considered to be an active case.

This brings the total case count in the Kodiak Island Borough to 340 cases since the start of the pandemic, with 104 cases being classified as active.

The number of hospitalizations is unchanged according to Tuesday’s Emergency Operations Center press release. There are currently 4 patients hospitalized in Kodiak. To date, seven patients have been hospitalized.

Graphic by Aaren Ellsworth.

There are currently three sites offering Covid-19 testing in Kodiak:

Kodiak Area Native Association KANA

Monday-Friday: 8:30 am- 5:30 pm, Saturday: 10 am- 4 pm

Testing site: 3472 Rezonof Drive East (behind Eyecare Excellence)

Airport testing: Available only for incoming travelers and outgoing village/ remote site travelers.

Call for appointment: (907)-486-9870

Kodiak Community Health Center KCHC

Monday- Friday: 9 am- 12:15 pm

Testing site: 3248 Mill Bay Rd.

Call for appointment: (907)-481-5000

Kodiak Island Ambulatory Care Clinic KIACC

Monday- Friday: 9 am- 5 pm, Saturday: 9am-1 pm

Testing site: 202 Center Ave Suite 102

Call for appointment: (907)-486-6188



Posted by Kodiak Emergency Operations Center on Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Need a COVID Test? Call your health care provider Call KCHC at 907-481-5000 Call KANA at 907-486-9870 DO NOT go to the hospital for testing

Posted by Kodiak Emergency Operations Center on Monday, November 30, 2020

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