Kodiak COVID Count: While borough reports no new COVID-19 cases for first time in 2021, KIBSD announces new case in high school

As far as COVID-19 developments are concerned in Kodiak, we have some good news; this morning no new cases of COVID-19 were reported for the Kodiak Island Borough by the Kodiak Area Emergency Services Organization.

Updated cases were not provided for today; the case counts from Tuesday morning included four new cases- three of those are close contact cases and one was a community transmission case. Twenty-one cases were active Tuesday.

To date there have been 42 local hospitalizations to date and five deaths due to COVID-19, with one currently hospitalized COVID-19 case, per Tuesday’s numbers.

There was a positive case announcement this evening for Kodiak High School. The school will be deep cleaned this evening and will open again tomorrow for normal operation.

Graphic by Aaren Ellsworth.
Graphic by Aaren Ellsworth.

 

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