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According to the Health and Social Services Department COVID-19 dashboard, 348 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the state on Monday and no new deaths were reported.
Monday’s figure is the latest in a series of daily increments with 526 records set on Sunday. Alaska’s new daily cases have hit three digits in more than a month.
As many as 20 people were hospitalized in Alaska with the virus, according to a report on Monday, after a weekend drop metric high reached a new high on Friday, Friday, as the epidemic began here in March.
The state has the lowest per capita mortality rate in the country. In all, 68 Alaskans have died from COVID-19.
In new cases, it was not clear how many patients were showing symptoms of the virus when tested positive. While people can be tested more than once, each case reported by the state health department represents only one person.
Among the new resident cases of COVID-19 that tested positive in Met-Su was reported Monday, including including in Vasila, as the region is changing during the summer and after a fairly small number of reports in the fall.
Newcomers In 7 cases7 cases, there were 143 in England plus two in Chugiak and 10 in Eagle River; One at Anchor Point, three at Homer, 13 at Kenai, one at Saver, 13 at Soldotna and five at Sterling; One in Kodak; One in Valdez; 22 at Fairbank and 13 at the North Pole; Two at Delta Junction; In a large lake, 19 in Palmer, 59 in Vasila, and one in Willow; One in Utkiagvik; One in Cotzebu; Eight in Juneau; In a ketchup; One in Petersburg; And Chevak in nine.
While communities smaller than 1,000 were not identified to protect privacy, there was one case on the northern Kenai Peninsula; 10 cases in Fairbanks North Star Borough; One in the Southeast Fairbanks Census Area; And two in the Bethel census area.
A new directing case was reported there on Monday in Anchorage.
State health data show that 163 of Alaska’s 347 residents are male and 184 are female. Twenty-four were under 10 years of age; 44 were between 10 and 19; 52 were in their 20s; 65 were in their 30s; 61 were in their 40s; 41 were in their 50s; 40 were in their 60s; 10 were in their 70s; And 10 were 80 or older.
The state’s test positivity rate as of Monday was 85.8585% above the seven-day rolling average.