COVID Update Reader 10/21/2021

Today (Thursday) the Kodiak Emergency Operations Center reported twenty-three (23) new cases of COVID 19 for the Kodiak Island Borough.

 

One (1) case was tested on October 14th, twelve (12) were tested October 15th, and ten (10) were tested on October 20th. One positive case is a non-resident.

 

All cases are now classified as community spread.

 

One hundred forty-one (141) cases are currently classified as active locally. There is one (1) active case currently hospitalized in Kodiak.

 

Two thousand five hundred eighteen (2518) cases, eighty-eight (88) local hospitalizations, and nine (9) deaths are now officially associated with COVID 19 for the Kodiak Island Borough.

 

A mask mandate is in effect for public indoor activities.

 

Residents are encouraged to stay home if ill, even if you have mild symptoms. Keep your distance from others whenever possible, and wear masks where appropriate.

 

 

Vaccinations and COVID tests are available from the Kodiak Area Native Association at (907) 486-9800 and the Kodiak Community Health Center at 481-5000. Vaccinations are also available at the Safeway and Walmart pharmacies.

 

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The EOC Public Information Office can be contacted at:

907-486-8970

Here is the Kodiak COVID dashboard:

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/25d4e24efaae4dc59c727e3fc30d32ae

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