COVID Update Reader Monday, September 27, 2021


Today the Kodiak Emergency Operations Center reported eighty-five (85) new cases of COVID 19 for the Kodiak Island Borough.

All cases were officially classified as community spread due to staff workload and inability to report all details.

One case was tested on September 7th, the rest during a span of time between the 14th and 27th of September.

Two hundred twenty-four (224) cases of COVID 19 are classified as active locally. Three (3) cases are currently hospitalized in Kodiak, and one (1) case was transported off-island over the weekend.

To date two thousand eighty (2080) total cases, eighty-three (83) local hospitalizations, and seven (7) deaths have been associated with COVID 19 in the Kodiak Island Borough.

A mask mandate is in effect for indoor public spaces.

Vaccinations are available in the Kodiak area from your health care provider or pharmacist.


Contact the Kodiak emergency operations center at  PIO@city.kodiak-

Or 907-486-8970















































































































































































































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