Alaska’s Nonresident COVID-19 Cases Jump to 41, With 17 New Seafood Related Cases
Yesterday, Alaska’s seafood-related COVID-19 cases jumped by 17 cases to 32, as fishermen, processing workers and other members of the industry arrive to spend months in the state during the summer fishing season. Another nonresident in an undisclosed industry has tested position in the Sitka area, according to the Alaska Health Department.
Ten of the 17 cases are out of Whittier, a small town in Prince William Sound. They were all hired by Whittier Seafoods for the just-opened salmon season in Prince William ...
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